NEW YORK - D’apostrophe, a supplier of high-end European furnishings, will show two of its outdoor Belgian brands – Renson and Royal Botania – at International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF).

The annual showcase of high-end custom furnishings takes place May 17-19 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York.

The D’Apostrophe booth (1200) will feature a combination of outdoor architectural solutions and furnishings.

Renson offers experience in sun protection and ventilation. Founded in 1909, the company develops and manufacturers solutions and concepts, which it says helps improve living spaces and cut energy costs. I’s Algarve, a terrace covering offering a sun protection roof system based on rotating blades, will be on display at ICFF.

The booth also will be outfitted with pieces from Royal Botania’s Ixit and Beacher collections as well as the Club lamp. Founded by engineers Kris Van Puyvelde and Frank Boschman in 1992, Royal Botania combines esthetics, ergonomics and engineering. Made of mature teak, the three collections on display bring the brand back to its roots, D’apostrophe says.

In addition to loungers and deep seating sectionals, Ixit offers a range of tables in various sizes as well as benches and stools. The classic Beacher is a sling seat available in white, ecru, blue, terracotta, grey, mocha, cappuccino, fondant and black fabric as well as white, ecru, cappuccino, bronze, black, orange, turquoise and silver batyline.

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