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Parc Centre Ottoman

Designed By John Rizzi

Part of the Parc Centre line

The Parc Centre Ottoman and its companion Lounge expand our collection of movable furniture to create versatile social spaces. The durable duo supports a relaxed attitude and great style in high-profile outdoor settings. The versatile Parc Centre Ottoman scores a triple play as footrest, seat or table. 


Sled bases are stable on grass, gravel or hard surfaces

Stacks horizontally for efficient storage 

Available in a wide variety of powdercoat colors 

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John Rizzi

John Rizzi was educated in industrial design and learned from the masters by helping develop designs by Michael Graves, Neils Diffrient, Richard Sapper and Massimo and Leila Vignelli. He began his own practice in 1985 and over the past two decades has designed bike accessories, office furniture systems, lounge seating, tables and lighting for major national and international companies. Rizzi's design process is rigorous, analytic and self-critical. His work has won IDSA, APEX, Contract Magazine and NEOCON Best Products Gold and Silver awards. His designs for Landscape Forms include the Parc Vue bench and receptacle, Parc Centre tables and chairs, and the Parc Lounge chair and ottoman.

If you’d like to request a quote, finish and material samples, or information about making modifications to this product, please contact your Landscape Forms representative.  

All colors, textures and patterns represented on the Landscape Forms website are approximate and may vary from samples and final product. 


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