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American furniture designer Richard Frinier launches a Moroccan-inspired line

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A piece of furniture designed by American designer Richard Frinier for his line Tangier./Ph. Furniture Today

American furniture, textile and industrial designer Richard Frinier has signed a Century Furniture line, inspired by Moroccan architecture, naming it «Tangier».

According to Furniture Today, the designer of award-winning interior and exterior furniture relied on the Moroccan culture to design a line of «outdoor furniture with chairs, modular sectional, chaise, ottoman and teak tables».

«The Tangier collection embodies a strong sense of place capturing the romantic and exotic essence of authentic Moorish architecture that I discovered on an extended stay in Morocco», said Frinier.

Meanwhile, director of outdoor for Century Furniture Haynes King said «Richard Frinier’s newest collection, Tangier, shows a progression into more mixed materials».

«Mixing natural teak with scagliola stone on occasional pieces complements the all-weather resin woven frames. It continues our opulent scale in an updated transitional collection», he added.

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