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Landscape Forms Expands its Product Portfolio with New Harpo Seating Elements and Table plus a Dramatic Pathway Light from Santa & Cole

Additions to the Harpo collection and the new Skyline Light Mark a Successful 10-year Design Partnership with the Barcelona-based CompanyAdditions to the Harpo collection and the new Skyline Light Mark a Successful 10-year Design Partnership with the Barcelona-based Company

Landscape Forms, North America’s leading designer and manufacturer of high-design site furniture, accessories and advanced LED lighting, is pleased to announce the addition of a lounge chair, chaise lounge and table to the Harpo collection, and the introduction of the strikingly original Skyline light, all from global partner Santa & Cole. Renown for high design in the modernist tradition, Santa & Cole has earned numerous awards in Europe for its excellence of design for the urban environment. “Our partnership with Santa & Cole provides Landscape Forms with another avenue of thinking about products for outdoor spaces,” states Landscape Forms President, Richard Heriford. “The Harpo elements bring a different style with a new twist to our product offering for parks and streetscapes. They are products of proven quality for commercial spaces that combine great design and great value. Skyline helps us bring the best of design and expand our range of product materials and applications to products for lighting outdoor spaces. This is fine design in international style that is so simple and wonderful it makes you smile.”

Harpo, designed by father-and-son team Miguel and Gonzalo Mila, has a slim profile, robust structure, and clean, simple form. “The new seating elements and table are beautifully designed pieces that extend the popular Harpo line,” states Kirt Martin, Landscape Forms Vice President of Design and Marketing. “They are heavy duty and straightforward, but also very sensitive and thoughtful design.” The Harpo lounge chair with arms has a high backrest for exceptional comfort. The spacious chaise lounge is a subtly angled plane that rests atop a metal bar frame. Both chair and chaise have robust bent and welded steel structures with slatted wood seats and backs. The dining height Harpo table is a simple rectangle with slatted wood top supported by a four-legged steel frame and is offered in two sizes that seat 6 or 8. Frames are powdercoat finished in standard Landscape Forms colors.

Skyline, designed by Antoni Roselló, is an LED pathway light that brings international style with dramatic flair to lighting for architectural settings. A simple flat rectangular painted volume punctuated by a “window of light,” it extends a warm welcome, defines the edges of spaces and pedestrian walkways, and signals sequence and direction. It illuminates the footpath, stairway, and architectural elements, and provides opportunities for layered lighting. “Skyline is minimal, clean and beautiful,” Kirt Martin says. “It is architectural in feel, making it ideal for use on and near buildings, but neutral in a way that is complimentary to the setting.” Skyline is available in several shapes and sizes, with “windows” at different heights, for ground or wall-mounted applications. Manufactured of structural steel and powdercoat finished in bold red, blue, black and white as well as selected colors from the standard Landscape Forms palette.



Landscape Forms is the industry leader in integrated collections of high-design site furniture and advanced LED lighting. Since its founding in 1969 Landscape Forms has earned a reputation for excellent design, high quality products and exceptional service. The Landscape Forms U.S. headquarters and manufacturing facility is located in Kalamazoo, Michigan with sales representatives throughout North America, South America, the United Kingdom, Australia, the United Arab Emirates and Asia. Landscape Forms collaborates with renowned industrial designers and consultancies, landscape architects, and architects to design and develop integrated collections of products that address emerging needs and help create a sense of place. Additionally, the company has formed global marketing partnerships with select companies that share its commitment to design. Landscape Forms has an installed base of products around the world. Clients include municipalities, transit centers, corporate, college and health care campuses; and familiar brand leaders such as Boeing, Cisco Systems, Disney, Sprint, American Airlines, Herman Miller and Nike. The company was recently named by the Wall Street Journal as one of the Top 15 Small Workplaces in the US.


Michelle Oswald
Landscape Forms
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