Tuuci showcased shade offerings at ICFA Preview Show
July 14, 2016,
CHICAGO – Tuuci, the global manufacturer of outdoor shade equipment, showcased collections from a diverse portfolio at the ICFA Preview Show July 12 – July 14 at The Merchandise Mart in Chicago.
Known for their iconic shapes, Tuuci is inspired by nautical design. Tuuci’s marine-grade construction provides advanced durability with 100% replaceable parts. Several shade options will be on display from various collections including parasols and cabanas:
The Equinox Cabana: The modular Equinox Cabana is an open-air living room. The Equinox Cabana can be customized with options to add a trellis or water-resistant fabric roof, three trellis side walls, fabric curtains and arrange for seating or bedding. Additional features that can be added include high-quality lighting, Bluetooth speakers for a surround sound experience and outlets to remain plugged in while outdoors.
Ocean Master Manta: The Ocean Master Manta provides a unique shade structure with a rib design that stretches the canopy with clean lines that sweep into pointed directions. The Ocean Master Manta is available in various square sizes.
Ocean Master Razor: The self-tilting octagon-shaped canopy has the ability to rotate a full 360 degrees. It features asymmetrical construction and a razor-like profile. The Ocean Master Razor is available in several of TUUCI’s exclusive and proprietary finish options including the standard satin anodized, Aluma-Teak and powder coat finishes.
Ocean Master Classic: This traditional selection from the Ocean Master collection provides a dome-shaped appearance that gives ample shade in any size. Its profile is equipped with clean lines.
Plantation Classic: The Plantation Classic is available in five shapes and multiple sizes to accommodate any space. The design delivers expansive and intimate shading, whereas the warm look of Aluma-Teak wood finishes take a cue from nature.
The Tuuci portfolio delivers shade architecture for every space! At ICFA Preview Show, attendees will also have the opportunity to see parasols from the Plantation Max, Bay Master and Hammock collections.
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