Pavillion Furniture to debut two collections at High Point Market
October 11, 2016,
Casablanca Lounge Chair
Over the last 50 years, Pavilion’s team of designers have created furniture for hotels, restaurants, country clubs, residences and sports arenas around the world from its factory located in Miami, Fla. The brand is known for its commercial warranty as well as start-to-finish production capabilities including a wide range of customizable opportunities. Guests and attendees of High Point Market will get to see Pavilion’s new, highly anticipated Casablanca and Empire collections, both of which add new designs, finishes and fabrics to the brand’s list of offerings.
The Casablanca collection is inspired by the retro styles and romantic feel of the early 1940’s, featuring contemporary outdoor furniture designs with Pavilion’s signature powder-coated aluminum frames. These frames are a company staple, which feature a commercial lifetime warranty on their structural integrity. The Casablanca collection is available in over 20 finishes and a variety of fabrics along with two new rare metallic finishes: Rhodium silver and Palladium gold as well as outdoor faux-leather fabrics created specifically for this collection.
The Empire collection is sleek and clean in design with neoclassic details and Mediterranean architectural styling. Comprised of both seating and dining, the Empire collection is available in cushion sling and comfort cushion sling and featured in an Empire aged gold finish designed specifically for this collection.
Debuting for the first time within a trade market setting, the Olympus collection designed by Pavilion’s in-house designer Juan Quintana features extra deep luxury seating for comfort and lounging. It is available in over 30 finishes with an infinite variety of choices in fabrics, as well as a wide range of configurations. Introduced less than a year ago to the market, the Olympus collection is already installed in major resort properties, sports stadiums, condominiums and fine homes around the world including names such as Hilton Ft. Lauderdale Beach Resort, Hilton Westchester, Fisher Island Club, Toledo Mud Hens and Maestro Restaurant.
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