Posts tagged as 'outdoor furniture'
'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.
'LC7 Outdoor' chair by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand
The Italian furniture manufacturer Cassina has released an outdoor version of the iconic ‘LC7’ swivel chair. Originally designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand in 1928, the new ‘LC7 Outdoor’ edition is made of stainless steel and water-resistant, high tenacity polyester fabric which is available in five neutral colours. (more…)
Detail of the 'Cyborg' chair by Marcel Wanders for Magis
Likened by The New York Times to ‘the Lady Gaga of the design world: a constant font of ideas and energy who is nearly impossible to ignore’, Dutch designer Marcel Wanders has recently collaborated on yet another product for the Italian plastic furniture specialists, Magis. Presented in brand’s own showroom at Design Post during this year’s edition of imm cologne, ‘Cyborg‘ is now available in two different versions: entirely made of polycarbonate or with polycarbonate legs and seat and a contrasting wicker back. (more…)
'L5' Bench by Collaboration
Collaboration, a Canadian practice established by a Louvre-trained sculptor Marie Khouri and a landscape designer Dave Demers, is exactly what is says on the tin – a ‘fertile if unlikely mélange that results in original and charismatic products marrying seamlessly matters of form and function’ and the ‘L5’ Bench captures the very essence of this creative fusion. (more…)
'Shangrila' multiscreen by Florian Asche for april allterior
German designer Florian Asche has created this pared-down adjustable screen for the Frankfurt-based brand april allterior which he co-founded in 2009. Taking its name from the fictional Himalayan utopia depicted in James Hilton’s 1933 novel ‘Lost Horizon’, the ‘Shangrila’ screen, just like the mystical land, provides privacy and isolation from its immediate surroundings while the stainless steel frame and acrylic fibre used in the production of the screen make the design durable and suitable for any weather conditions. (more…)
'Eos' outdoor chair and Square stacking table by Matthew Hilton for Case Furniture
Just in time for summer, British designer Matthew Hilton has created a new range of simple outdoor furniture for the London-based manufacturer Case Furniture. Executed in powder coated aluminium, the ‘Eos’ range encompasses three slimline designs; a square and rectangular table and a chair. (more…)
'Twin' chair by Archirivolto for Brunner
Italian design studio Archirivolto has collaborated with one of Germany’s leading contract furniture manufacturers Brunner, creating this lightweight monobloc chair called ‘Twin’ which was presented earlier this year at Milan’s Salone del Mobile. The curvilinear, stackable chair is made from the weather-resistant reinforced polypropylene and is available in multiple summery shades such as citrus, apple, ruby or sand, in a mesh or closed-shell structure version, and with or without armrests. (more…)