Classic, sophisticated and stylish. 120 demonstrates Lyndon Design’s expertise in handcrafting timber materials, whilst providing an exquisite finish with its bronze glass top.
Each table has a story to tell and 120 is no different. With a strong solid timber under frame, the three way split preserves a 120 degree angle. It is the defined shape, lines and form from where the name’s inspiration is drawn.
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Mark Gabbertas philosophy is to create character through simplicity. He says “This approach helps guide the design of products to have a lasting aesthetic. The design of an object is heavily influenced by an appreciation of the commercial realities that surround it – if a great looking design does not sell; perhaps it is not such a great design.” Mark first commenced work with Boss Design in 2007 with the launch of Tom, Dick and Harry. The striking trio of contemporary tub chairs proved to be a huge success, receiving an FX Design Award in 2007 and a Design Guild Mark in 2008. Mark has also collaborated with Lyndon on the design and development of the stunning Orten, Metro and Triad collections.
Their srotry began in 1983 when Chairman and Founder, Brian Murray, had a vision for a commercial furniture company that would set itself apart from all others. Brian’s mission was to redefine how commercial space works, introducing a range of high-quality products and solutions that would bear all the hallmarks of British engineering, craftsmanship and cutting-edge design. Today, over thirty years later, Boss Design is revered the world over for its pioneering developments and staunch ethical standards. Their commitment to design and manufacturing excellence knows no bounds.