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SHOWROOM TOP PickS
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With a united and intuitive devotion to function, line, color and balance, Scott+
Cooner’s wide array of European-engineered and crafted offerings
create a slick, sleek, warm and inviting environment.
In May of 1995, for DTM several unique pieces that are currently creating a buzz. Scott
Lloyd Scott and Josy reveals, “Manufacturers with full lines that really tell a story seem to
Cooner joined forces be truly capturing the attention of our cus-
and opened a multi- tomers. We are moving towards the ‘shop in
line showroom in Dal- a shop’ concept to create the highest impact
las. Th e Scott+Cooner for these pieces.” Scott and Cooner’s shared
showroom has become love of classic and modern European decor
well known for its state- is evidenced by their partnership with the
of-the-art collection of likes of Philippe Starck, Antonio Citerio,
kitchen goods, beds, Paolo Piva, Mario Bellini and Piero Lissoni.
closet and storage sys- “Th ese manufacturers are creating complete
tems and classic modern lines that really speak to one direction and
furniture. Drawing on not just simply one stand-alone product. It is
their training in architec- a complete story.”
ture and interior design,
The Capri Chair features a fl exible reclining backrest
they off er more than 30
Scott’s Top Picks
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and three swiveling rear casters. It is available in four years of combined design
Capri Chair by Hans Wettstein for Baleri
colors and two sizes.
experience and expertise
Italia: Designed in 1990 by Swiss designer Hans Wettstein, the Capri
to their customers. North Carolina native Lloyd Scott explains, “Everything
Chair features a fl exible reclining backrest mechanism and three swivel-
we do is a custom product, precise and hopefully something that will last the
ing rear casters, which allow for easy relocation. Th e narrower of the
client forever. Both Josy and I love the contemporary look, which is timeless
two existing sizes is known as the Capri Chair, and the wider version has
and elegant.”
been appropriately dubbed the Capri Large. Both sizes are available in
An additional Scott+Cooner showroom is slated to open in Austin
white, lemon, black and red. Scott details, “Intelligently designed and
this spring and the dynamic design-duo is currently focusing on col-
engineered, this chair is deceiving in scale and comfort until one sits
lections that feature multiple products. Lloyd Scott recently identifi ed
in it. Updated embellishments by couture designer Maurizio Galante
make for an appealing high-fash-
ion statement.”
Groundpiece by Antonio
Citterio for Flexform: Al-
though this is not the newest in-
troduction from Flexform, Scott
states it is “still their hottest sell-
ing sofa.” Th is steel-framed, sec-
tional sofa is available in a wide
Left: The Groundpiece Sofa is a steel-
framed sectional offering a wide range of
confi gurations. Optional components in-
clude hide-covered armrests and bookshelf
units; Right: The Zoe Bed features built-in
bookcases and nightstands and is avail-
able in wenge, ovangkol or matte lacquer.
The double padded headboards adjust to
multiple positions and can be upholstered
in removable fabric or leather.
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