Our landscape architect clients in particular have thanked us for the inclusion of easy to access CAD drawings.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 03, 2017
Canterbury Designs, a Los Angeles based designer and manufacturer of classic and inspired site furnishings, has launched a comprehensive and simple-to-navigate new website at http://www.canterbury-designs.com. Previously known as Canterbury International, and established in 1962, the company offers a full suite of benches, tables and chairs, receptacles, tree grates, bollards, drinking fountains, planters, bike racks, and other site amenities.
Designed with landscape architects, designers, and planners in mind, the new website includes high quality photos and easy to download CAD drawings in both DWG and PDF file formats. For each product, Canterbury includes recommended complementary furnishings.
According to Mr. Tom Price, General Manager at Canterbury, “We have received very positive feedback on our new site. We designed it to be intuitive, complete, and very simple to use. Our landscape architect clients in particular have thanked us for the inclusion of easy to access CAD drawings.”
Mr. Price went on to add, “In addition to our broad portfolio of standard site furnishings, we do a significant amount of customization work. Whether it’s tweaking one element of a piece of site furniture, or designing something completely new, our services run the gamut. We included a ‘featured projects’ section on the site that highlights the creativity and problem solving capabilities the Canterbury team has to offer.”
About Canterbury Designs
Canterbury has been designing and crafting premium site furnishings since 1962. The Los Angeles based company offers a broad portfolio of standard and custom site amenities including seating solutions, receptacles, tree grates, bollards, drinking fountains and planters in both classic and contemporary designs. The company’s products grace the landscapes of thousands of parks, city streetscapes, retail & corporate developments, universities, and other urban sites. Recent projects include the Walt Disney theme parks, Central Park in New York City, the Broad museum in downtown Los Angeles, the LINQ entertainment district on the Las Vegas Strip, the National Gallery of Art, and the City of Pasadena.