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Posts tagged as 'outdoor'

Thu 6.5.

News by Cane-line (DK)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 06.05.2010 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

'Curve' by Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen

At this year’s Salone del Mobile the Danish manufacturer Cane-line presented a range of beautiful traditionally manufactured rattan furniture designed by the Copenhagen based studio Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen.

'Curve' by Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen

'E-Body' by Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen

more products by Cane-line @ Architonic

Thu 22.4.

‘INOUT’ by Gervasoni at Salone del Mobile

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 22.04.2010 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

'INOUT 109' by Gervasoni

The Italian manufacturer around Creative Director Paola Navone presented a new range of furniture, fitting for outdoor and indoor use. Part of the ‘INOUT’ family is this light and flexible lounge chair which is composed of an iron frame with electro welded wire mesh seat.

'INOUT 109' by Gervasoni

This collection also includes a series of chairs in various versions – classic chair, chair with armrests, armchair, stool – with an aluminum structure painted in white and white PVC seat and back, with a unique webbed pattern creating an unusual and funny graphic layout.

'INOUT 23-28' by Gervasoni

'INOUT 824' by Gervasoni

more Gervasoni products @ Architonic

'Sparkling Chair' by Marcel Wanders for Magis

At this year’s Milan Fair the Italian manufacturer Magis will present some extraordinary pieces: ‘Sparkling Chair’ by Marcel Wanders lives up to its name – it is produced in blow moulded PET and indeed the legs slightly remind of water bottles.

‘Spun’ by Thomas Heatherwick is not as genuine concerning its material. At a first glance the chair looks like a ceramic bowl, in fact it is made from rotational moulded polyethylene. Nevertheless it is a beautiful spatial element, especially when you imagine it in a large number.

'Spun' chair by Thomas Heatherwick

more Magis products @ Architonic

Wed 24.3.

‘Sixties’ by Fréderic Sofia for Fermob

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 24.03.2010 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

'Sixties' by Fermob

Fermob is specialised in metal outdoor furniture. At this year’s imm cologne the French manufacturer presented this new armchair designed by Fréderic Sofia. The seating is made from a polymer mesh which is woven around an smartly curved metal frame.

more Fermob products @ Architonic

'Straw' chair by osko+deichmann

'Straw' chair by osko+deichmann

The Berlin based designers osko+deichmann originally designed their cantilever straw chair in occasion of last year’s 90th Bauhaus anniversary. It was an homage to the Marcel Breuer classic.

The Swedish manufacturer Blå Station who produces also osko+deichmann’s sofa ‘Pebble’ was fascinated by the rather rough processing the designers used – instead of bending the metal tube smoothly, they edged it.

'Straw' chair for Blå Station

'Straw' chair for Blå Station

In collaboration with Blå Station osko+deichmann created a stackable chair, which is adapted for outdoor use as well. It was presented at this year’s Stockholm Furniture Fair for the first time.

'Straw' chair by osko+deichmann

'Straw' chair by osko+deichmann

The 'Straw' chair has been awarded with +1 Award for Best In Show 2010

The 'Straw' chair has been awarded with +1 Award for Best In Show 2010

more Blå Station products @ Architonic

‘Straw Chair’ – homage to Marcel Breuer by osko+deichmann

to the osko+deichmann interview @ Architonic

'Desile' by Vange

'Desile' by Vange

At this year’s Maison & Objet in Paris the Belgian manufacturer Vange presented this folding chair designed by Chrsitian Desile in a new edition.

‘Desile’ can be opened on both sides and the seating can be turned around. This enables the user to chose the preferred colour.

'Desile' by Vange

'Desile' by Vange

'Desile' by Vange

'Desile' by Vange

to the Vange website

more folding chairs @ Architonic

Wed 30.9.

‘Slim’ by Harri Korhonen for Inno

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 30.09.2009 - Tagged as: , , , , ,

'Slim' by Harri Korhonen for Inno

'Slim' by Harri Korhonen for Inno

The Finnish manufacturer Inno extends the ‘Slim’ family by several upholstered versions of the modest Harri Korhonen design. The series includes now a range of stackable chairs with or without armrests and a lounge chair with tables.

'Slim' by Harri Korhonen

'Slim' by Harri Korhonen

All models are available with painted or natural wooden slots for terrace use or totally upholstered soft versions, which can also be used outdoors when upholstered with a suitable fabric.

'Slim' by Harri Korhonen

'Slim' by Harri Korhonen

more Inno products @ Architonic

Thu 13.8.

‘Framura’ by De Padova

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 13.08.2009 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

'Framura' by De Padova

'Framura' by De Padova

Together with the Turkish designer Sezgin Aksu the Italian Silia Suardi designed this serie of outdoor furniture for De Padova. It is composed of a chair, a hassock, a rocking chair, a nest and a sun cot – which admittedly receives a certain charm by its mechanical and puristic camp bed – look.

'Framura' designed by Sezgin Aksu and Silvia Suardi

'Framura' designed by Sezgin Aksu and Silvia Suardi

The structure is in painted aluminium, treated for outdoor use, and brushed stainless steel. All cushions are filled with polyester fiber, with semi-rigid insert in the lower part where they make contact with the structure. They are covered in cotton fabric which is treated for outdoor use. The structure is available in white or silver colors.

'Framura' sun cot by De Padova

'Framura' sun cot by De Padova

more De Padova products @ Architonic

more novelties from Salone del Mobile 2009

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