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Maiori offers Stipa Collection for any environment

by Simon Yuen on Nov 24, 2016 in Products
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Maiori, a French outdoor furniture manufacturer, has created unique outdoor furniture with the best quality and resistance to adverse weather

French outdoor furniture brand Maiori presents Stipa, the new collection consisting of chairs, banquettes, stools and different kinds of tables.

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The Novosier synthetic fibre used in Stipa is a recyclable straw-like composite with a warm and soft hand feel. However, this is also resistant to weather, UV rays, bacteria and chemical pollution. This composite is extruded and twisted to later be woven into a high-performance aluminum frame to complete a durable and sustainable proposition.

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Stipa table tops are made with Burmese teak, probably the best hard exotic wood for outdoor furniture available in the world today.  To guarantee the quality, the teak is handpicked personally by selective loggers only and after that, cut into different shapes and sizes.

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Available in Everything Under The Sun, the Stipa collection can be tailor-made up to specific requirements. The teak planks are available in five different widths and four lengths.

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