Making new designs with a classic twist, Munder Skiles transforms teak into tall slatted benches and metal into seating sinewy-lines. Every piece is made to order, and since 1992, John Danzer has been, according to the New York School of Interior Design's retrospective of his work, "Reinventing The Garden Seat." Posessing a vast knowledge of garden furniture and design history, Danzer's creations, enhancing the serenity of landscapes around the globe, relate gardens to their houses, in styles ranging from historic to sleek and modern. It is worth making a visit to Munder-Skiles showroom in Garrison, New York, an hour North of New York City to see the 150 customizable designs in metal and wood.
Photo courtesy of Munder-Skiles
The Almodington Bench
The Fenlake pattern
The Amish Table with Hemmings Chair
The Hemmings Chair with folding Kelso table
The Baldwin pattern
The Aiken Sectional