montego chaise
designed by: Room & Board
The Montego outdoor chaise features a striking mix of solid ipe wood and hand-welded stainless
steel or powder-coated stainless steel, making it as durable as it is eye-catching. Left untreated,
ipe develops a beautiful silver patina. Perfect for lounging, this modern chaise is a great addition
to your outdoor space. available at:
roomandboard.com

sálvora 518
designed by: Antoni Tarre
The seductively simple lines of the Salvora collection come from the combination ofthe technology of
Indecasa and the creativity of Tarrés Antoni. The polished anondized aluminum frame is highlighted
but not overshadowed by the luxurious black Batyline open-mesh sling. The easily adjustable back
allows one to lay back or to sit up and be active in whatever is going on poolside. Batyline Open
Mesh Sling in Black with Weather Resistant Polished Anodized Aluminum Frame. Easily Adjustable
Back Rest. Care/Maintenance: Wash with Lukewarm Water and Soft Cotton Cloth.
available at:
cantoni.com
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vista
designed by: Carsten Astheimer
Inspired by the sleek yachts of the French Riviera, the powder coated aluminium frames feature strong
horizontal lines formed into flowing, curved shapes creating a visually light, yet welcoming form. Sleek,
angled legs contrast with the curved backs and add to the design appeal. Highly modular, Vista is
comprised of just 3 units – a corned/end unit, centre unit and ottoman. A lounge chair and two sizes
of occasional tables complete the collection. Available in three frame colours – Frost, Sand and
Tungsten, Vista features Gloster’s pioneering Outdoor Lounge cushion technology with water
resistant base cushions combined with scatter cushions in textured polypropylene fabrics
sourced from Italy. available at:
 gloster.com
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Canasta
designed by: Patricia Urquiola
for B&B Italia
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Patricia Urquiola approached the outdoors starting from the theme of woven patterns - reviving and
personalising the concept with a traditional look in mind, but giving it a decisively contemporary look
without using too much nostalgic influence. The seating elements were inspired by the conical shape
and weave that is similar to baskets, hence the name Canasta (the Spanish word for basket). Traditional
Vienna straw, with its decorative geometric shape, is also a model for these pieces. In Canasta B&B Italia’s
most sophisticated technologies are fused with history and culture: an interweaving between the ancient
and the modern. The exclusive workmanship of the fibres is performed in the Philippines, home of age-
old tradition where skilled craftsmen have been practicing this art for generations. B&B Italia adds its
unmistakable innovative mark to tradition by using a polyethylene fibre (30 mm width) in two different
colours: white and bronze. The seating range is completed with cushions especially created for outdoor
use in several different fabric combinations: plain colours and melanges matched with striped and
flowered patterns in shades of beige, purple and brown. available at:
scottcooner.com

riba
designed by: Atelier Créatif
for Triconfort
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This collection mixes ancestral techniques such as the braiding of natural fibres with aluminium, a
material that had its heyday in the fifties. Now, the metal frame replaces traditional wood, while
natural fibre has been replaced with a synthetic material in order to provide greater weather
resistance. available at:
sminkinc.com

basket
designed by: Nanna + Jørgen Ditzel
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Kettal edits the Basket chair, created in the 1950s by Danish designers Nanna and Jørgen
Ditzel. The Basket chair, made from oak, comes in its original version created by the Ditzel,
hand-braided in wicker, and in an outdoor version, made from artificial fibre and teak.
The cushion fabrics,  also designed by Nanna Ditzel, the ‘queen of Danish design’, are
pure new wool and come in 4 colour combinations and 8 Hallingdal fabrics by
Kvadrat. The Basket chair won awards in 1950 at the Cabinetmakers Guild Exhibition
and in 1951 at the Milan Triennale.   Watch Video
here. available at: kettal.es