Italian furniture house EMU has created an inspiring range of outdoor furniture perfect for the Australian lifestyle, available from Prototype.
July 12th, 2011
The EMU Classic Collection from Italian furniture company EMU is now available from Prototype.
Ideal for the Australian climate and lifestyle, the range consists of striking shapes and forms that combine classic beauty with contemporary style.
Ronda is a curvaceous chair, fully stackable and available in a number of colours.
Cantilever, made entirely of steel, is a comfortable chair that cradles its sitter. Complementary cushions from the new EMU outdoor collection add extra style and comfort.
EMU have been designing sophisticated, timeless metal furniture for 60 years, and the Classic collection is another impressive addition to their range, and to Prototype’s stable of products.
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