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ICFA Announces 2019 Design Excellence Category Winners

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Eight manufacturers of outdoor home furnishings and accessories have been selected as winners for the 11 Design Excellence categories, being recognized for their outstanding product designs, the International Casual Furnishings Association has announced.

Entrants for the Design Excellence competition must be exhibitors at Casual Market Chicago at the Merchandise Mart. Eligible designs are slated for introduction in the marketplace at the upcoming trade exhibition and must represent exceptional design innovation and technical product innovation in the category.

The Design Excellence category winners include:

Chaise Lounge:
Brown Jordan Oscar Chaise
– Ann Marie Vering

Complementary Casual Products:
Brown Jordan Still Mobile Console Table and Serving Cart
– Richard Frinier

Dining Bar Chair:
Janus et Cie Anatra Armchair
– Patricia Urquiola

Dining Bar Table:
Kannoa Santorini Dining Table
– Luis Blasini

Glen Raven's Richard Frinier Collection for Sunbrella Algorithm
– Richard Frinier

Mamagreen Ercole Firepit
– Ak47 Design

Lounge Seating with Cushion:
Brown Jordan Oscar Lounge Chair
– Ann Marie Vering

Lounge Seating without Cushion:
Sunset West Milano Armless Club Chair
– Wes Stewart

Rugs and Flooring:
Jaipur Living Indie Collection Farra Rug
– Jaipur Living Design Team

Outdoor Lighting:
TUUCI Ocean Master MAX with Ambria Lighting and Heat
– Dougan Clarke

TUUCI Plantation Teak Parasol
– Dougan Clarke

ICFA Casual Market

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