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March 17, 2005

Lee Kline Goes Solo

We loved Lee Kline's Merge table that took top honors in Canada's design competition last year. We couldn't wait to see what Kline had in store in 2005. The big news is that what was one-of-kind and limited edition will now be mass produced. The Toronto native is licensing his occasional furniture designs to SkyPad Furniture and Oggi -- and dining and kids bedroom lines through Primo. Elements from all three collections will debut at ICFF this May in New York.

Green_soloKline, whose style has evolved from more organic shapes to clean geometric ones, loves playing with materials. Molded plastics, fiberglass -- and now resin are evident in his "curvy" pieces like the Solo. This 20" table for one with it's deep bowed out edges, features a 4" pocket -- perfect for holding your iPod or remotes. Available in fiberglass (opaque), and now translucent resin, it features a satin nickel base, and is light enough to carry to where ever you plunk yourself down. 

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Lee Klines work is exceptional.
I enjoy his work visually and feel it will fit right into the retro modern designs customers are looking for.
I have not see this in too many stores in the USA.
I hope to see more soon!
John Kenyon

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