SOURCE: Plexi-Craft


November 13, 2012 11:01 ET

Plexi-Craft Launches New Signature Products and Designer-Commissioned Pieces

Top Acrylic Furniture Manufacturer Unveils News Designs at Clearly Beautiful Exclusive Showroom & Designer Event

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Nov 13, 2012) - Plexi-Craft, the nation's #1 manufacturer of custom acrylic furniture, fixtures and accessories, officially unveiled both signature and designer-commissioned pieces at its Exclusive Showroom & Designer Showcase Event, held on October 23, 2012. This event was held to bring together the interior design community, media and Plexi-Craft clients to showcase the groundbreaking collaborations and licensing agreements with some of the nation's top interior and industrial designers.

Attendees had the opportunity to meet with, and view new collaborative pieces designed by Timothy Whealon, Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz, and Coffinier Ku. They also got a first-hand glance of the seasons new custom creations and full line of products from America's oldest manufacturer of fine acrylic fixtures and furniture.

"This event was a milestone in our 50 year history," said Plexi-Craft President Allen Frechter. "We're seeing an explosion of creativity as a whole new generation of designers embrace acrylic for its clearly beautiful applications, and we look forward to expanding our relationships and product lines in the near future."

Celebrating acrylic furniture in non-traditional forms and the bold designers who use them, these relationships add to Plexi-Craft's roster of new designer licensing agreements. These include designs by Architect Steve Mahler and Industrial Designers Brandon + Bradley, who also provided a custom-designed, acrylic Red Rocker rocking chair for the event's raffle. This one-of-a-kind piece is the first ever acrylic rocker.

To view further information and images on these new products, please click the following link: For the latest on high-end acrylic furniture, visit, follow Plexi-Craft on Facebook and Pinterest and join the LinkedIn Acrylic Design Community Group.

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