Colebrook Bosson Saunders

Colebrook Bosson Saunders

Colebrook Bosson Saunders

Colebrook Bosson Saunders has been drawing on the varied and complementary skills of its founders Martyn Colebrook, Peter Bosson and Brenda Saunders since its inception in 1990.

Their blend of architecture, product design and furniture design created unique solutions that facilitate interaction between technology and furniture in the workplace. This distinctive approach redefined workplace ergonomics and still influences how people sit and work with computers today.

CBS strives for new ways to enhance user experience through the seamless connection of people and technology. Founding Director Peter Bosson’s early ergonomic research with Italian computer manufacturer Olivetti laid the foundations for CBS design policy. Two of their early accomplishments include designing and developing the World’s first monitor arm Gemini and World’s first flat-screen monitor arm Wishbone.
Enabling humans to interact with technology in an ergonomic and efficient way sits at the core of CBS design principles. They believe in creating minimalist solutions that are sympathetic to the human environment and adapt the technology to the user's physical requirements, not the other way around.