Last month at NeoCon, HBF introduced a new collection of seating and occasional tables by Barbara Barry, who has collaborated with the Hickory, NC-based company since 1993. The twenty-two designs is the largest assortment--composed of four seating groups and five complimentary tables--from the Los Angeles-based Barry in a decade.
"I love working in a modern vernacular, paring down forms to their essential nature while maintaining the warmth and feel of fine furniture. Says Kevin Stark, President of HBF, "This exciting new collection is indicative of her exquisite design aesthetic--refinement, elegance and simplicity. As always, Barbara pushes us in a new direction; her designs are familiar, yet innovative, and easily specifiable for different environments."
Ski seating and tables feature brushed stainless-steel legs, as seen on this side chair:
Lens tables are available in Maple veneer, Ligno-Grain, clear glass or solid tops:
The architectural Fine Line series includes chairs balanced on a sled base:
Wing tables are offered as both coffee and side tables, pictured here:
All of the Barbara Barry 2012 collection is Greenguard Indoor Air Certified, eligible for LEED accrediting.
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