BIG benefits with BoConcept

Nawabari, the result of a recent collaboration with BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group, is just the latest example of BoConcept's long practice of partnering with experts in the field of architecture and design.

Furniture arrangement in a minimalist room with large windows and concrete walls.

BoConcept is curious about how people live. And not just in the sense of what colour they would like their sofa to be, but in a broader and more sociological sense too, trying to understand what people’s lives at home, at work and on the move, look like and how these things are changing and developing. What kind of spaces do we live in and how would we like them to look in ten years? How can the spaces we live in accommodate the types of lives we dream of living? Who better to talk to about these questions than the people who study spaces and buildings, namely architects.

Spacious room with green sofas, white columns, arches, and potted plants in a bright setting.

Collaborating and exchanging ideas with architects is nothing new to BoConcept. The new Nawabari collection is the latest example of it. Together with the Danish architecture office, BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group, BoConcept set out to design a range of furniture that would be flexible, customisable and above all relevant to today’s living and working environments. The result is a collection which especially addresses the contract market, being particularly suitable for hospitality and office landscapes. The Nawabari collection is now part of BoConcept’s product portfolio and by way of demonstration, can be found on multiple floors of BIG's newly built Copenhagen headquarters.

Karim sitting in the Ottawa collection of sofas and side tables.

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