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Skyline Design returns to New York

Will debut outdoor designs at the Architectural Digest Home Show

Skyline Design North America, a luxury outdoor furniture designer and manufacturer, will return to New York City to exhibit in the Architectural Digest Home Show, set for March 18-21.

Brought directly from Europe, Skyline's sensational design-driven lineup will be on exhibit for the first time in the USA at Pier 94. The ninth annual Architectural Design show is expecting a record number of attendees looking for inspiration to fill their homes both indoors and out.

"Skyline's return to the Architectural Digest Show is a perfect fit.  It is where the high-end design trade and clients intermix,” said Judy Calzadilla, vice president of Skyline Design. "We're delighted to exhibit among the many great designers that will present their lines."

Skyline’s outdoor furniture collections for 2010 include open textures and lustrous finishes woven together for impeccable quality and durability. These dynamic groupings in living, dining and occasionals were created to fulfill the ever-growing evolution surrounding today’s lifestyle trends inviting the outdoors in.
 
The Jamaica, Topaz and Bishan are just a few note-worthy designs, featuring unusual Viro fibers in Super White, Ruby and Chocolate.

Skyline collections are modern and lineal, applying only the finest weaving materials such as Viro, Raucord by Rehau, and Ecoplast. These synthetic fibers are boldly revolutionizing design providing chemical and UV resistant, all-weather proof, high-tensile strength furniture that is safe for the environment and 100% recyclable.
 
Skyline Design offers a variety of styles in fine dining, seating, chaise lounges, bars and gazebos.

The Miami-based manufacturer also plans future exhibits in Singapore, Spain, Milan, Las Vegas, Chicago, Germany, Paris and South Beach. For more information, visit www.skylinedesign.com.

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