From modular garden seating to nomadic cooking units, these eight products showcase how the interior qualities of the home can be elaborated on in the garden or patio while remaining durable and sustainable.
Ethimo introduces its first outdoor kitchen, Phil, in collaboration with designer Gordon Guillaumier. The portable kitchen offers a distinctive way to personalize the patio, terrace or balcony, providing a dynamic and contemporary cooking experience. Phil offers three different configurations with its compact and ergonomic design: a sink, induction hob and barbeque, which can be used together or individually.
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The Lamorisse armchair collection by CMP Design for Pedrali features a striking combination of a sleek supporting structure and a large, enveloping cushion. The versatility of this collection is enhanced by its frame, which is available in aluminium for outdoor use or in solid ash wood for indoor settings, providing a complete collection of seats that can be used in spaces characterised by indoor-outdoor continuity.
Vondom presents Tulum, a collection of elegant furniture pieces designed by Eugeni Quitllet that seamlessly extends the comforts of interior living to the outdoors. Crafted using teak wood and aluminium profiles – materials that blend the natural and technological – these products can resist harsh weather conditions, ensuring their reliability and longevity.
Maharam unveils its newest additions to the long-standing collaboration with renowned designer Paul Smith: Metered Stripe, Concord Stripe and Ribbed Weave. These three woven textiles showcase Smith’s vibrant palette and distinctive patterns and are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
The Broom collection by Philippe Starck for Emeco, introduced in 2012, blends post-industrial waste polypropylene with discarded wood fibres to produce a textured, composite material that feels natural to the touch. Starck’s latest colour selection for the Broom chairs and stools features butter yellow, sage green, terracotta orange and light grey, taking inspiration from the tones and shades of Mediterranean nature.
Nardi introduces Tevere, an eco-friendly outdoor extensible table designed by Raffaello Galiotto. Seamless welding has produced a lightweight form with rounded corners, and this emphasizes the product’s softness and contemporary character. Its recyclable aluminium base and slatted top made from regenerated plastic, which is 100 per cent recyclable, align with Nardi’s longstanding commitment to the environment.
Emu presents Cabla, a versatile and modular upholstered furniture system developed by Italian designers Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere. By taking advantage of a smart connecting system, Cabla consists of only three modules, namely a single linear seat, a chaise longue, and an armrest. The collection boasts fabrics and cushioning that provide comfort while offering a wide range of rich colours tailored for outdoor use.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola for GAN, the new Mangas Outdoor collection showcases rugs, poufs and other pieces crafted with 100 per cent recycled braided PET fibres. These durable materials allow for outdoor use without compromising on the warmth and comfort typically associated with indoor settings. The rugs boast rich textures, while the generously-sized modules filled with quick-drying foam offer versatile setup options, from chaise longues to modular sofas or daybeds.
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