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Designed By Scott Klinker

Part of the Disc, Peak & Stretch line

A material translation of a traditional umbrella, Stretch evokes the appearance of taut fabric stretched over fanned ribs. In contrast to its formal inspiration, Stretch’s cast aluminum shade and minimalist construction offer a more durable, confidence-inspiring silhouette while allowing the interior to be unobstructed by visible hardware.


Available with solid or perforated panels

Rotationally adjustable

Available in a wide variety of powdercoat colors 

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Scott Klinker

Furniture designer, artist, and educator Scott Klinker heads the graduate 3D design program at the renowned Cranbrook Academy of Art where he also received his MFA in 1996. His work builds on the Cranbrook tradition of modern design—searching for new forms to address society's changing needs. In line with Cranbrook's tradition of integrating Design, Art and Craft, he believes that the best forms are not conceived in the mind but discovered with the hands. Scott Klinker's bold approach to form creation is driven by an interest in remixing the categories of industrial design, architecture and sculpture.

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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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