January 18 / 2016

Maison & Objet 2016: SKYLINE DESIGN, contemporary outdoor furniture

On January 22nd to 26th, SKYLINE DESIGN, a world key player in the hospitality sector, will be presenting its new collections of dining & living furniture and accessories for home and contract use at the Maison & Objet Paris. Pay them a visit in the Actuel hall, Stand B16, and get cool Mediterranean inspirations for your indoor and outdoor spaces. Breath deeply and read on...

SKYLINE DESIGN, AXIS Collection

Set up in 2004, SKYLINE DESIGN is specialized in designing and manufacturing luxury outdoor furniture and due to the use of the best technology and raw materials, their pieces are made to stand any weather condition. High quality stain resistant materials ensure the best performances and clients' satisfaction with daily and even with intensive use.

And don't be afraid of colours, because with the SKYLINE DESIGN's new ranges of Sunbrella and Batyline fabrics colors stay strong and vibrant like the very first day of use, even through intense sunlight exposure.

SKYLINE DESIGN, AXIS outdoor furniture collection

Collections on display in Paris will include HEART, JOURNY, BRAFTA, AXIS, MERCY, RONE and DYNASTY, all of them hand made of high quality synthetic fibres from the brands Reanu, Viro and Ecolene with 100% aluminium structures.

SKYLINE DESIGN, POB collection

Among new launces, the POB collection, thanks to the warm combination of innovative  synthetic fibres and Teak wood, coexists in harmony with the vegetation; the EASY ROCKER, a line of swinging chairs,  add a sense of fun and dynamism to the most charming outdoors; and the CUBE daybed is the best for extreme comfort and style. With its square-shaped structure made of hand-woven fibres,  CUBE is a new addition to the attractive line of daybeds that include also the successful SPARTAN bench.

SKYLINE DESIGN, EASY ROCKER swinging chairs

The firm has an extensive catalogue of stylish products for outdoor spaces that is constantly updated with new additions specifically designed to enhance the patio living experience bringing style and comfort. For this reason, SKYLINE DESIGN, which works also on bespoke terms, has been the first choice of many 5, 6 and 7 star hotels in all five continents.

SKYLINE DESIGN, CUBE daybed

Discover more: www.skylinedesign.es

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