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The Talt Collection

The Talt Collection From Modern Outdoor

The Talt Collection With its simple clean lines of function, Talt is a contemporary expression of Bauhaus restraint. Fabricated with square tube, Talt’s extra deep seating and low profile visual makes it an exceptional solution for a lounge like feel or resort setting. Talt is a full breadth line with dining, bar height, lounge and pool setting pieces included.

Frame options:
  • 304 stainless steel that is brushed and electropolish ed
  • Marine-grade 316 stainless steel that is brushed and electropolished for use within one mile of salt air - available for an upcharge
  • Custom powder coat colors are available for an upcharge
  • Powder coated carbon steel in our standard silver finish

Surface options:
  • Sustainably harvested ipe - a beautiful South American hardwood that is three times as dense as teak. ipe is naturally resistant to rot, insects, UV exposure, ice, salt, abrasion and splintering - all without the need for toxic chemicals. Ipe is considered a 25+ year wood
  • Marine-grade polyboard - a UV stabilized high-density polyethylene material that is non-corrosive and chip resistant, available in six colors for expanded design choices

Fabric and cushion options:
  • Six standard colors of 100% solution dyed acrylic treated for outdoor use are offered - custom fabrics and COM service are also available
  • Our standard foam cushions are made from outdoor appropriate high-resiliency (HR) foam - for clients that prefer less maintenance, a flow-through foam that allows water and moisture to escape the cushion is also available for an upcharge

Additional Attributes:
  • A separate mounting system is available for talt to permanently affix the pieces to the ground in commercial applications where security is a requirement
  • The pieces in our etra line are readily customizable for individual client needs
  • Most pieces have hidden tapped inserts to allow for leveling on uneven surfaces