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Kurve

A favorite with design studios and architectural firms, Kurve benches and ottomans have the presence of sculpture, acting as statement pieces suited to lobbies, reception areas and private executive offices.


Products

Select examples from the Kurve Series

Ottomans | 480-02

Dimensions

  • Fabric Yardage 2.00 yards
  • Square Feet 36.00 sq.ft.
  • Width 24.0"
  • Depth 24.0"
  • Height 16.5"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • COM: $2,036
  • COL: $2,240

Benches | 480-50B

Dimensions

  • Fabric Yardage 3.75 yards
  • Square Feet 67.50 sq.ft.
  • Width 50.0"
  • Depth 24.0"
  • Height 16.5"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • COM: $3,162
  • COL: $3,478


Standard Finishes

Pricing shown is for standard finishes. Visit our materials guides for the complete list of available finishes.

Metal

Stainless Steel

Polished

Satin

Powder Coat Steel

Poppy

Lead

Silver

Carbon

Sugar

Bronze

Daffodil


Resources

Get your project underway with these Kurve resources.


Design

Alan Dandron

Alan J. Dandron joined the New York-based firm of Mancini Duffy in 1993, advanced to Senior Associate six years later and Principal in 2005. Since the beginning of Alan’s tenure at Mancini Duffy, he has led major corporate design projects, cultivating clients such as Oppenheimer Funds, A+D Networks, CIBC World Markets and CIT Group. Alan has created furniture products for Tuohy and Halcon, and recently collaborated with Avery Handy to design the Kurve Collection for Martin Brattrud. Among his numerous professional activities, Alan served as President of the IIDA, New York Chapter, 2010-2011.

Avery Miyasato Handy

Avery Miyasato Handy, IIDA, graduated from the University of Oregon in 1995 with a Bachelor of Interior Architecture. In 1997, Mr. Handy joined Mancini Duffy, a New York-based architecture, planning and interior design firm. Currently, he is a Senior Associate with the firm. A designer with a singular depth and breadth of design experience, Mr. Handy has acted as the lead designer for an array of corporate and retail projects. Mr. Handy is also an advocate for design education and serves as a juror for The New York School of Interior Design and Pratt School of Architecture final thesis courses. Mr. Handy collaborated with Alan Dandron in the design of the Kurve collection for Martin Brattrud.