Evolution Collection
Island Stone

Available in two patterns, Island Stone’s Evolution Collection of precision-built stone ledger panels creates a focal point for accent walls, fireplaces, pools, or water features. Created from slender strips of varying lengths and thickness adhered together in an offset, interlocking pattern, Precipice panels (shown) create a linear stone surface, accentuated by variations in surface depth. Precut four-piece corner sets complete any application with a finished, clean edge. Interwoven panels leverage the company’s wedge-shaped stones into a format that accentuates the shadows created by the variation in depth between the highs and lows in the pattern.

Panto Pop Chair
MoMA Design Store

Designed by Danish architect and designer Verner Panton in 1969, the Panto Pop Chair makes a modern statement for patios, pools, or backyards. A drainage hole in the seat of the chair means it can be left outdoors during inclement weather. Made from polypropylene, the 21-inch-high, 32-inch-diameter seat comes in a set of two and is stackable up to 15 chairs for easy storage. Available in yellow or white, the chairs are also suited for indoor use, particularly in children’s spaces.

Landscape Forms

Designed in collaboration with KEM Studio, Backdrop is a modular system of panels and accessories to define outdoor spaces for campuses, streetscapes, and residential, retail, and hospitality locations. The system includes integrated tables in standing or dining height to create comfortable spaces for a meal, work, or conversation. Configurable bike racks, coat racks, and shelving units offer secure storage for personal items, while glass whiteboard panels enable collaboration and interactivity. Backdrop’s power garage is cleanly integrated within its posts, offering convenient charging for mobile devices.

111 Navy Collection

Consisting of chairs, stools, and a mini chair, Emeco’s 111 Navy collection was developed with Coca-Cola to be made from recycled plastic bottles. Every year, the 111 Navy collection helps keep millions of bottles out of landfills and oceans. The original colors in the collection are now joined by four fresh colors: Bordeuax, Cypress Green, Dark Blue, and Light Blue. Made in the USA, the chairs are 100 percent recyclable and approved for outdoor use. All are BIFMA-certified for use in high-traffic settings, from hospitality projects to higher education and workplaces.

Marubachi Fountain
Stone Forest

Stone Forest crafts award-winning designs for the bath, kitchen, and garden sculpted from stone, bronze, copper, iron, and wood. Sculpted from a massive block of natural basalt, the Marubachi Fountain blends both organic and geometric forms. Stone Forest alternates the naturally weathered sides with saw cuts that polish to a deep black, creating a dramatic contrast. Each fountain is unique, so size, color, and shape will vary. Suited for both residential or commercial projects, the fountain measures 40–44 inches in diameter and 20 inches high.

Grad Rooftop Decking System
Grad Concept USA

The Grad Rooftop Decking System, popular among landscape architects and decking contractors in Europe for years, is now available in the North American market from Grad Concept USA. Utilizing screw-adjustable pedestals, the waterproof system raises the deck floor off the thermoplastic polyolefin as high as 15 inches. The subdeck remains easily accessible since boards can be individually removed no matter where they are located. The system can also be used for poolside decking and is compatible with a wide range of natural wood, thermally modified wood, bamboo, and aluminum decking options.

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