TO celebrate their 21st anniversary and say thank you to all those who have helped and supported the company throughout these years Colebrook Bosson Saunders (leading designers and manufacturers of ergonomic products) threw a suitably celebratory party at their London Bridge HQ and showroom.
Hundreds of clients, specifiers, suppliers, colleagues (past and present) and friends gathered to
celebrate Colebrook Bosson Saunders’ 21st birthday with a spectacular birthday bash.
Rockabilly band, ‘the Houndogs’, played to an appreciative crowd and to remember the occasion guests were invited to have their photo taken in the special CBS photo-booth (all images can be viewed at Colebrook Bosson Saunders’ Facebook page).
Colebrook Bosson Saunders was founded in 1990, drawing upon the skills of architecture (Martyn Colebrook), product design and innovation (Peter Bosson) and furniture design (Brenda Saunders) to create new and innovative products for the workplace.
The company’s unique approach quickly redefined workplace ergonomics and has heavily influenced how people sit and work with computers. Colebrook Bosson Saunders pioneered the design and development of new product types, some of which were among the first monitor supports, CPU cradles and laptop stands, raising awareness of the importance of an ergonomic workstation.
Colebrook Bosson Saunders’ first office was on (the now fashionable) Hoxton Square in Shoreditch, London.
As the company grew there was a need for more space and Colebrook Bosson Saunders bought and moved to new premises in Kennington in South East London.
Then, for the third time, six years ago, the company moved to their current base (a converted Georgian terrace in London Bridge) driven by the need for more space to house a growing workforce, a showroom, workshop and a prototyping facility.
Managing director, Martyn Colebrook, observes: “It’s amazing to step back now and see how far we’ve come, from those early days when there were just a handful of us at Hoxton Square (and when Peter and I would deliver samples all around town on our bicycles) to where we are today: international distribution of our products, design accolades and fifty plus staff worldwide.”
Colebrook Bosson Saunders has enjoyed unrivalled design acclaim winning an impressive collection of product design awards over the years, the most recent being the prestigious Red Dot Design Award for their innovative monitor arm, ‘Flo’.
The company also has a reputation for fun and creativity, always thinking outside the box: from initiating and organising a five-a-side industry football league, through to art exhibitions and sailing events.
Colebrook Bosson Saunders continue to lead the way in the development of new IT and furniture support products and are known worldwide as ergonomic experts who provide solutions for how people work today and design for the evolving workplace.
“Who knows what type of products we’ll be designing in another twenty-one years time,” comments design director Andrew Wills. “While we cannot predict where technology will be that far into the future, we can guarantee we will continue to think ahead and pioneer new products for the workplace of the future.”
About Colebrook Bosson Saunders:
Colebrook Bosson Saunders (CBS) believe passionately in design. CBS design and manufacture innovative and elegant solutions that create space and comfort for people in a wide range of workplaces, including trading floors; offices; hospitals; schools and universities; and passenger terminals.
Through extensive expertise in ergonomics CBS create adjustable work space solutions that promote healthy and productive working environments. These workplace solutions help overcome some of the most common workplace issues related with technology use – musculoskeletal disorders, workstation organisation and technology support.
CBS have a truly global presence with offices in Europe, UAE, USA, Asia and Australia.
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