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  FERMOB EXPANDED ITS REACH WITH LUXEMBOURG AND BISTRO INSTALLATIONS (21.05.2012)  
 
Fermob, the French outdoor furniture company, has expanded its reach to the United States with installations in New York’s Times Square, The Harvard Yard and Google headquarters.

Located just outside of Lyon, all of Fermob’s furniture is made in France for a truly unique look and authentic French feel. Fermob has over a dozen collections and their furniture comes in 23 eye-popping colors.

One of the most popular collections among consumers and commercial customers alike is the Fermob Luxembourg collection. Inspired by the garden it was named after in Paris, the Luxembourg collection is touching and timeless, with a friendly flair all its own. Its style is an icon of French design—embodying the elegance of France and the French passion for coffee and small talk. If France culture and "joie de vivre" can be described by a piece of furniture, the Luxembourg collection is it.

The Fermob Bistro collection radiates strength and simplicity. Conceived amidst the same design spirit that inspired the Eiffel Tower, the folding Bistro chair scored instant popularity with late 19th century bistro owners for its industrial chic design. Fermob has taken the Bistro design and updated it for today. Its popularity has swept across the United States, especially in New York where its urban appeal has made it the perfect fit for places like Times Square and the High Line park.

SOURCE: PR Web

 
 
 
   
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