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Trendy external furniture for Anaconda Cut apartments

Trendy external furniture for Anaconda Cut apartments

Artform Urban Furniture have provided external seating, tables & planters for apartment complex Anaconda Cut in Manchester.

Their popular range of out-sider products were considered due to their lightweight nature for manoeuvring, material durability and various colour options.

Katy Hayhoe, Director of Architects TPM Landscape said: “The furniture was selected for its alternative style to conventional street furniture, with bright bold colour and interesting design shapes. The shapes have helped us as designers to create informal roof terrace landscapes where residents can sit within a playful environment."

The loop range of products don’t need to be permanently fixed down and can also be filled with either sand or in this instance water, adding ballast weight, taking a product with an initial weight of 37kg to in excess of 250kg.

Products Used: Loop; Loop Line; Loop Corner; Loop Picnic; HopOp 500; Bespoke Planters

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Artform Urban Furniture

Artform Urban Furniture

Artform Urban Furniture, part of the Bailey Street Furniture Group, is at the leading edge of integrated landscape design. The company aim to supply and install the world’s most inspiring, forward -thinking, aspirational and design-led street...
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