Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 17, 2011
TUUCI, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of innovative shade structures, has expanded its already extensive product line with the addition of the Zero Horizon™ canopy shape to the Ocean Master MAX Collection.
“The Zero Horizon is a very popular shape from our flagship Ocean Master collection,” said Dougan Clarke, founder and CEO of TUUCI. “Including this shape in our MAX collection gives it maximized components only found in our MAX products, creating a durable and functionally supreme shade.”
The minimalistic design of the Zero Horizon MAX does not intrude on the natural surroundings in its setting. Built to withstand direct ocean gusts and desert wind blasts, it maintains a “zero” vertical profile allowing for an undisturbed view.
Best described as a giant parasol, the Zero Horizon MAX features enhanced capabilities such as advancement in counter-wind-force and an increase in shade coverage. Ranging from eight feet to 18 feet in diameter, the Zero Horizon MAX canopy allows for multiple dining tables and deep seating areas beneath one shade. The Zero Horizon MAX creates a shady space that is both large and accessible for a comfortable outdoor area.
Since its inception 13 years ago, TUUCI has redefined the shade category with innovative shade structures. In addition to artistic beauty, TUUCI products are engineered with marine grade components that are durable and easy to operate. All shade platforms are custom-made at the Miami headquarters and are distributed worldwide through strategically located service centers. Outdoor cafés and many of the world’s leading resorts and hotels have selected TUUCI because of this combination of beauty, durability and function.
Keeping the environment top of mind, TUUCI’s manufacturing facility follows an Environmental Sustainability Program reducing solid waste and recycling objects from plastics to steel to fabric and beyond. With 100 percent replaceable parts, TUUCI products have an extended lifespan resulting in less waste. Follow TUUCI on Facebook, Twitter and through the company blog: http://www.facebook.com/TUUCIshade, http://www.twitter.com/tuuci, http://tuuci.com/blog. On the Web at http://www.tuuci.com.