Staff -- Interior Design, 9/30/2001 12:00:00 AM
Nollette Studio: The latest from Maureen Nollette and Matthew Patulski is the Circle series, a stunning and spare collection of tables rendered in cast concrete and brushed steel. Although this husband-and-wife team embraces commercial materials and industrially-precise finishes, that doesn't mean they have forsaken the natural altogether. In fact, Nollette Studio has adopted a number of environmentally friendly processes, including recycling the majority of its manufacturing waste stream. Nollette Studio, 64 Union Street, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11231. www.nollettestudio.com.
GIATI Designs: The new Maritimo chaise features sleek teak arms and lies absolutely flat in the sun. Its wide frame provides comfort and stability and it is available with or without wheels. GIATI Designs, 614 Santa Barbara Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. www.giati.com.
Henry Hall Designs: The Fusion Contour chaise, by Swedish designer Wim Segers, has recently been added to the Praslin collection. It is constructed of teak with stainless-steel details. Formed in an anthropomorphic stationary position, it's so comfortable you may never want to get up—add the optional attached side table to hold your drink, and you may never have to. Henry Hall Designs, San Francisco Design Center, 297 Kansas Street, Suite B, San Francisco, CA 94103. www.henryhalldesigns.com.
Barlow Tyrie: The beautifully proportioned contours of the Monaco folding chair make it perfectly comfortable without cushions. Elegant marine brass details complement its teak wood, harvested exclusively from sustained-source plantations in Java. Barlow Tyrie, 1263 Glen Avenue, Suite 230, Moorestown, NJ 08057. www.teak.com.
Triconfort: The gracious two-seater Biarritz sofa from the company's Riviera range is made of a brilliant white lacquered resin and is 51 in. wide, with a wonderfully deep 37 in. seat. Acrylic cushions are available in both solids and stripes in an array of colors including forest green, sunflower yellow, and a delightfully nautical navy blue. A matching canopy is optional. Triconfort, 200 Lexington Avenue, #701, New York, NY 10016. www.triconfort.com.
Brown Jordan: Several new products have been added to the company's successful Ocean and Streamline collections. Ocean is made of plantation-grown Indonesian teak with nickel-plated hardware and luxuriously tailored cushions. Striking a different note, Streamline presents a bold elliptical profile with taut mesh upholstery. Available in 25 custom frame finishes. Brown Jordan, 9860 Gidley Street, El Monte, CA 91731. www.brownjordan.com.
Richard Schultz Design: As the name implies, the 1966 Collection was originally designed in, well, 1966. A shimmering new color range with weatherable silver frames and metallic silver mesh seats has just been introduced. Sophisticated enough for indoor or outdoor use, a warm brown frame and mesh alternative will be added to the collection soon. Richard Schultz Design, 806 Gravel Pike, P.O. Box 96, Palm, PA 18070. www.richardschultz.com.
John Rosselli: An exact copy of an English George II hall chair, the Garden chair is 25 in. wide by 16 in. deep by 40 in. high. Surprisingly comfortable, it would add a whimsical touch to ye olde entrance hall or solarium. John Rosselli & Associates, 979 Third Avenue, #701, New York, NY 10022.