Tropitone introduces new products
May 2, 2017,
Tropitone Vela lounge chair
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Tropitone has also introduced the Kor aluminum slat collection, an extension of the successful Kor collection. Utilizing the same frame design as Kor sling and padded sling, Kor aluminum slat now offers the same modern style with aluminum seating surfaces.
The company has also released the woven version of the Kor collection. This version will have woven seating surfaces. Created by Brian Mehler, Kor Woven has an edgy design which features curved backs and arms and arched, angled legs.
Matrix is the newest collection of Stoneworks table tops from Tropitone. The commercial table tops are made of glass fiber reinforced polymer (GRP) with different materials mixed in to create a speckled appearance. The tops are commercial-grade quality and treated with a non-glossy finish for a matte appearance.
Created using the Rotoform process, the Radius collection expands Tropitone’s marine-grade polymer offering, making it impervious to the elements and virtually maintenance free. Radius features rounded corners and smooth lines, perfect for a contemporary outdoor space. All seating pieces are available with an optional seat pad.
Created by Brian Mehler, director of design, Vela pairs an edgy design of curved backs and arms and arched, angled legs with traditional woven materials. Vela features Tropitone’s new Strand synthetic weave, which is weather-resistant and available in three colors – Kahlua, a rich brown, Polar, a bright white or Carbonite, a cool gray.
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