Encompass releases new sun lounger

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    As part of the CIMA lounge collection by Fuera Dentro and Encompass, this sun lounger is pure, minimalist and architectural in design.

    The CIMA lounge collection of modern design lounge furniture for the garden or home includes a striking carver chair, sofas, lounge chairs, ottomans, footrests, modular lounge sets, sun loungers and occasional tables, all with the same clean geometrical lines.

    There are optional cushions for the lounger, chairs and sofas provide optimal comfort to this luxury outdoor furniture range and can be enjoyed all year round in many contemporary outdoor spaces.

    Designed by European designer Hendrik Steenbakkers, SIESTA lounger is built to a very high quality from the highest quality materials. Designed for lifelong function, the materials exceed standards for durability and resistance to the outdoor elements.

    Hand made in high grade stainless steel, batyline acrylic fabric and toughened glass, most of the CIMA lounge range can be combined to form a luxurious modular lounge set, which can be built to suit your own requirements. The simple clean lines of CIMA lounge make this a timeless modern design.

    Attention to detail is an important feature of Fuera Dentro CIMA lounge; the Fuera Dentro logo is carefully etched onto the stainless steel frames, whilst batyline fabric is labelled with the same logo. These touches are design features in themselves.

    The stainless steel elements to the furniture are optionally available in an electro polished finish. This provides optimum durability and resistance to even the harshest of marine environments.

    The diversity in materials offered within this range means that CIMA is a popular all weather furniture choice for both private residences as well as an ideal commercial outdoor furniture solution. Country and town homes, resorts, spas, bistros, bars, restaurants and hotel furniture suppliers have CIMA across the UK and worldwide.

    Daniel Fountain / 31.03.2010

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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