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Posts tagged as 'outdoor furniture'

Mon 31.3.

Inside Out: Tribù shapes the exterior landscape

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.03.2014 - Tagged as: ,

Monica Armani's 'Tosca' armchair for premium outdoor-furniture label Tribù marries quality, comfort-guaranteeing materials with weather-resistant robustness for a long-life product

Monica Armani’s ‘Tosca’ armchair for premium outdoor-furniture label Tribù marries quality, comfort-guaranteeing materials with weather-resistant robustness for a long-life product

It’s no mean feat producing timeless design that’s also innovative and future-facing. One of the few brands to pull this off is Tribù, the leading outdoor-furniture label that invites its users to sit back and relax, while itself doing anything but take it easy. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)


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Tue 16.10.

‘Republica’ chair by Patrick Norguet for Drucker (FR)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 16.10.2012 - Tagged as: , , , ,

‘Republica’ chair by Patrick Norguet for Drucker

The Parisian product designer Patrick Norguet has realised the ‘Republica’ chair for the manufacturer of classic French bistro furniture Drucker. Speaking of this collaboration and his recent design Norguet says: ‘Republica is above all the desire to seek out our history, several years ago I discovered the firm Drucker and its history. I wanted to take the time to think about a chair which would be in line without much “fanfare.” ‘ (more…)

Wed 8.8.

‘Soba’ chair by Dunja Weber for PCM (ES)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 08.08.2012 - Tagged as: , , , ,

‘Soba’ chair by Dunja Weber for PCM

Swiss-born Milan-based designer Dunja Weber has created this stackable armchair for the recently-founded Spanish label PCM. The first chair to be released by PCM, ‘Soba’ is a reinterpretation of the classic string chair. The design is composed of a powder-coated steel frame and PVC string and it was launched earlier in April during Salone del Mobile fair. (more…)

‘Hook’ side table by Eric Degenhardt for Richard Lampert; photo by Richard Becker

German designer Eric Degenhardt has realised this small, foldable table for the Stuttgart-based furniture brand Richard Lampert. Intended for both indoor and outdoor use, the design is made of powder-coated steel and it can be easily folded and stored away thanks to an elongated loop which stretches from the base. ‘Hook’ is available in four different colours: white, blue, grey and yellow. (more…)

‘Nods’ by Atelier Oï for Atelier Pfister

Inspired by the form of human body while in comfortable, seated cross-legged position, the multidisciplinary design practice Atelier Oï has recently realised this curious collection of foldable outdoor furniture for the Swiss brand Atelier Pfister. Comprising a chair, a lounge chair as well as three, variously sized table designs, ‘Nods’ has been developed in the weather-resistant solid teak wood. (more…)

'Terra' table by Lievore Altherr Molina for Andreu World

The Barcelona-based design studio Lievore Altherr Molina have collaborated with the Spanish furniture manufacturer on a collection of neat and sturdy outdoor tables called ‘Terra’. Comprising two auxiliary and a dining table models, the tables were launched during this year’s edition of Milan’s Salone del Mobile fair. (more…)

Tue 17.4.

‘Sunrise’ by Ludovica + Roberto Palomba for Driade (I)

Posted by Susanne Fritz on 17.04.2012 - Tagged as: , ,

'Sunrise' by Ludovica + Roberto Palomba for Driade

The sunrise outdoor collection by driade is showing references to classical outdoor cast iron furniture and modern use of an abstract symbol of a rising sun for the backrests.

The sun is transformed in an ornamental pattern for the grid of the table top.

The mix of classical and modern design features gives the collection a timeless look. The aluminium structure has been anodized and coated with white lacquer, which gives maximum outdoor durability.


Park Life Chair by Jasper Morrison for Kettal

Park Life is a complete family of furniture for outdoors, whose clean cut profile is adaptable to a wide range of different situations. Lightweight, yet extremely durable, it’s easily stacked for transport or winter storage and its technical sophistication and careful consideration of ergonomics besides a lot of care over how it looks are all intended to ensure a long life, both structurally and visually.