Striking aesthetics are only the tip of the iceberg for TETRA, botton + gardinerâ€™s robust new seating range.
August 11th, 2009
TETRA is the unique new lounge range conceived in house by the botton + gardiner design team in line with customer feedback. Successfully integrating practical design with striking aesthetics, TETRA is a simple and versatile seating solution for any project.
The flowing lines and curved planes of icebergs and split rock have inspired the form of the TETRA range, which is available in multiple colours and fabrics. Choose brightly coloured durable fabric upholstery and end pieces for commercial spaces, or classic black leather upholstery and matching end pieces for a more corporate aesthetic.
The single-seater armchair, lounge and ottoman models all have the same roto-moulded end pieces that allow them to be configured to create both stand-alone and pod-style seating arrangements to suit a variety of spaces.
Making the collection even more adaptable, the TETRA lounge is readily available in single, 2.5, 3 and 4-seater options or can be manufactured in custom lengths.
The roto-moulded end pieces of TETRA are manufactured in Sydney and are made from impact resistant polyethylene and the modular shape and raised bolster make it easy to keep clean. This use of durable materials matched with considered design makes TETRA ideal for high-traffic, low-maintenance spaces.
Locally manufactured and therefore available with a short lead-time from botton + gardiner, TETRA is sure to meet your project needs.
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