Commercial furniture: Vivo Terrazzo from Futrus Solutions and Corian Design

Futrus Solutions and Corian Design have debuted the Vivo Terrazzo furniture collection. This range of commercial furniture was designed using the new midcentury-inspired colors from Corian Design: Pebble Terrazzo, Domino Terrazzo and Basalt Terrazzo. This collection includes Parsons tables, café tables, occasional tables and benches.

The collection is inspired by geometric shapes that complement the simplicity of the new Terrazzo color palette, which features Mid-Century Modern backgrounds with angular elements of white, gray and black. These pieces, combined with the durability of Corian solid surface, create versatile solutions in high-use environments. The collection also has the ability to incorporate technology, including Corian wireless charging and power outlets, to provide greater functionality and convenience.

The Futrus DeeDee table has two matching semi-circular tables that combine to form a single cylinder occasional table or separate for greater versatility. It is available in a choice of any one or two Corian solid surface colors. The SpotGuard sanding finish helps reduce unsightly finger prints and marks for lower maintenance. It is ideal for commercial and healthcare environments.

Meanwhile, the Futrus CLIF bench features a single waterfall edge that is counterbalanced with a cylindric base. The result is a simple design that can be enhanced using a variety of Corian solid surface colors. Constructed using Corian solid surface and Futrus patented structural framing system for durability and impact resistance, it is suitable for both interior and exterior use.

Photo credit: DuPont Safety & Construction

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