JANUS et Cie Vino Offers a Full-Bodied Lounge Collection

Posted in Products on 29 January, 2016

Luxurious and visually alluring, Vino takes its name from its generous shape. Janice Feldman, president of JANUS et Cie, the leading source for innovative indoor and outdoor design, calls the expanded collection “the perfect pairing.”

“These tables and seating make for delightful companions – and years of enjoyment. Like a fine wine and cheese pairing, the pieces are full in shape, and the open weave allows them to breathe in perfect form,” she says.

The superior aesthetic of the collection comes from its beautiful framing techniques and innovative engineering. Like the tables, the open weave, JANUSfiber seating is as sturdy as it is stunning. New Vino lounge pieces include: a Lounge Chair, two Seat Sofa, three Seat Sofa and Daybed. Offered in Lava or Nimbus JANUSfiber woven over a powder coated aluminum frame each element features sophisticated form outfitted with plush cushions and premium toss pillows. The new additions marry seamlessly with the Dining Table, Round Cocktail Table and a Round Side Table. The cushions are made from high- performance, reticulated-foam and fabrics in more than 250 JANUS et Cie Textiles in engaging patterns, textures and novelty weaves, all designed for outdoor use.

The Vino Dining Table is covered with a solid, round marble slab top with a special seal to withstand the elements. The smooth top creates a natural contrast and perfect balance with the textured form of the base and can be paired with many chairs from JANUS et Cie’s other collections including the Wing Armchair. The occasional tables also featured an inset marble top or may be outfitted with structured cushions for additional stool-style seating. The collection resonates with all sectors of the design market, but especially hospitality clients who welcome the luxe, yet sturdy furnishings for a resort lobby, patio or pool deck.

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