J. Robert Scott Awarded New Design Patent

Odile Lounge Chair

The Lounge Chair with a broad sweeping stainless steel surround was inspired by the delicate hand movements of the character Odile, the best “bad girl” in Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake.

J. Robert Scott, Inc. the internationally known luxury furniture and textiles manufacturer announces that the U.S. Patent Office has issued a new Design Patent for The Odile Lounge.

The Lounge Chair with a broad sweeping stainless steel surround was inspired by the delicate hand movements of the character Odile, the best “bad girl” in Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. The sleek and comfortable Odile Lounge Chair (U.S. Design Patent No. 799,228) joins the Odile Sofa which earned a patent last year.

The find out more about this patent and the United States Patent and Trademark Office, please visit http://www.uspto.gov/

ABOUT SALLY SIRKIN LEWIS AND J. ROBERT SCOTT, INC.

J. Robert Scott, Inc. the luxury home furnishings manufacturer was founded in 1972 in Los Angeles by Hall of Fame designer Sally Sirkin Lewis. The company was born out of Ms. Lewis’ desire to provide her clients with contemporary, well made furnishings that met her uncompromising standards of quality and beauty. Her understated, signature style has become known as “California Design.” To this day, she serves as the President of the company, which has established itself as an influential design force around the world, with company owned showrooms in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and London, and representation in 22 cities in 11 countries.

Throughout her career, Ms. Lewis has been awarded more than 150 U.S. Design patents for her furnishings which are manufactured by hand in the 70,000 square foot factory in Inglewood, California. …

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