Coza by Boss Design
Created in collaboration with renowned German furniture designer, Martin Ballendat, Coza is a task chair that boasts extraordinary comfort and dynamic support by using the natural flexibility of a single ribbon of material.
Unlike other task chairs, it does not require multiple components or complex assembly.
Coza is visually and functionally unique, and is the perfect chair to facilitate flexible working in a modern office.
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About the designer
“Good design should be stunningly simple – yet the only way to achieve this is through professional product development.”
Martin Ballendat was born in Bochum in 1958 and gained a degree in industrial design from the Folkwang Design School, part of Essen University, in 1983. He has been a successful designer for more than 20 years.
After working for more than 10 years in leading positions in the furniture industry, he expanded his design studio as an independent designer, today employing some 12 people at two locations in Austria and Germany. He has been working in projects for renowned brands in 12 different countries (e.g. Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the U.S.).
“Design Ballendat” has won more than 70 design prizes and awards including:
Best of Neocon, Chicago
Red Dot, Essen
iF Design Award, Hanover
“Best of the Best”, Cologne trade fair
Focus-Gold LGA, Stuttgart
For the past more than 10 years, Martin Ballendat has lectured as a visiting professor at the Design faculties of the Graz and Salzburg (Austria) universities of applied sciences.
His office and studio are located in a completely renovated Art Nouveau mansion near the Austrian border, featuring its own CAD studio, model workshop and showroom.