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products seating By Alissa Ponchione 2 1 4 3 1 From Arper, Catifa 46 retains the same slim profile from the chair's 2004 debut but with an updated range of colors, including petrol, rose, yellow, ivory, and smoke. The refreshed hues can act as monochrome statements, or be combined and paired with a customizable seat pad. ARPER.COM 2 The Kensaku Oshirodesigned Grapy from GAN is a jute sack transformed into an easy chair. Available in canvas and velvet fabrics in five colors, the chair is filled with polystyrene balls that adapt to body movement, and divided into three sections thanks to reinforced seams. GAN-RUGS.COM 3 A tubular structure and a seat made from galvanized wire define the Riviera collection from iSi Mar. Available in a barstool (shown in agata blue) and an armchair, the chair is available in nearly 30 finishes and suitable for indoor and outdoor use. ISI-CONTRACT.COM 4 Julius is a sofa and lounge chair collection for ICF that employs wood tailoring-a new upholstery technique perfected by Swedish designers Färg & Blanche that enables fabric to be sewn directly onto wood, minimizing the use of adhesive and maximizing upholstery detail. ICFSOURCE.COM June 2016 065 http://www.ISI-CONTRACT.COM http://www.GAN-RUGS.COM http://www.ARPER.COM http://www.ICFSOURCE.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Hospitality Design - June 2016

Hospitality Design - June 2016
Online TOC
From the Editor
Behind the Design
People: CitySCENE Los Angeles
People: CitySCENE Chicago
Inspiration Busan Opera House by Snøhetta
5 Questions for John Terzian
Profile Matteo Thun
Wave of the Future
Michelle Behr
Matthew Goodrich
Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse
Christina Luk
Teddy Mayer
Kevin O’Shea
HD Awards Projects
HD Awards Products
Ad Index
Back Space

Hospitality Design - June 2016