Though decidedly geometrical, there's something about Leland International's Palomino collection of seating and tables that evokes its namesake. Perhaps it's in the long and lean profiles of the sofas, or maybe it's the thin yet formidable steel bases of the chairs. Either way, this impressive collection reminds me of the graceful, effortless movement of a Palomino.
Palomino Synthesizes Modern and Contemporary Elements
Palomino's most distinctive design feature is its angled bases. This gives the sofas, chairs, tables, and combination lounges a slightly casual appearance. Yet Palomino works well for more formal environments too. The combination of wood, steel, and upholstery gives off a classic air, while the minimalist design and slim profile evoke iconic furnishings from the Modern age.
Any of the separate elements from the Palomino collection work well for reception and lounge areas-"compellingly classic with a sense of lightness rather than bulk, Palomino perches the seating surface on an angled base to define intimate spaces within open-plan environments."
The Palomino collection is comprised of sofas, chairs, one seat loungers with attached table and privacy screen, lounge seats with in-line tables, and free-standing tables in a variety of dimensions. Options include table arms and choice of leg finishes in powder-coated steel, stainless steel, walnut, or ash.
For specifying information, contact Leland International: email@example.com or 616-975-9260.
About the manufacturer: Leland International launched its first product, the Marquette chair, in 1993. Simple in design, strong in function and versatile in options, the chair began to position Leland International as a design-focused furniture company. The Marquette Chair embodies the goal of Leland at its inception and the spirit of Leland now. Since the beginning, the company has been committed to high quality, design-focused furniture.