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“We like to give people the freedom to work where they want, safe in the knowledge that they have the drive and expertise to perform excellently, whether they [are] at their desk or in their kitchen.” — Richard Branson, Founder, and Chairman of Virgin

The future is here indeed. A few years ago, telecommuting is perceived as a normal part of the urbanites’ professional routines. Today, more and more of the workforces consider it as liabilities. After all, the hours it takes to move within a congested city is far better used for work or rest. Alongside time efficiency, space efficacy is also prioritized. Consequently, more people favor small profiled furniture that doesn’t compromise aesthetics and comfort.

Doze Lounge Chair and Ottoman, designed by Anderssen & Voll for Muuto and released at its Copenhagen HQ end of last summer, is just the perfect answer to that need. Doze is a space-saving furniture investment that pulls double duty at home, cutting underutilization in severely limited spaces.

Doze gives a mélange to the ideas of Scandinavian design and the lines of 1970’s furniture, creating a contemporary perspective on the archetypal lounge chair. The imposingly high back of the lounge chair communicates the idea of a self-contained shelter, and together with the ottoman, it creates a relaxed lounging posture. The result? Extended hours of focused work.

Pair Doze with the Relate Side Table, a separate collection that complements Doze with such precision for an effective, simple and visually pleasant workspace at home. The partnership with Muuto that BWI has is an effort to provide a new perspective in interior furnishings for modern Indonesian customers and designers. Find how you can get the Muuto perspective by getting in touch with the BWI team at



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