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The terraces… in the spotlight

The terraces… in the spotlight

In summer and winter, the terrace is an extension of the interior. Synonymous with relaxation, comfort and conviviality, it reveals all its importance with the beautiful season. As soon as the warm weather arrives, it transforms into the ultimate reception room, where you can lounge around sipping your coffee after a tiring day at work, where you meet up with family or friends for open-air lunches or for dinners under a starry sky. Whatever its size, we take care to dress it judiciously. Armchairs, trendy deckchairs, lounge chairs, tables, cushions… Get inspired by our selection of designer pieces to laze around all summer.

Zoe outdoor lamps, by Monica Armani, whose organic shapes emit glowing light filtered through the open pattern of knitted textilene, attached to a powder-coated stainless steel frame; and chaise longue from the CTR collection, designed by Piergiorgio Cazzaniga, with structure in powder-coated stainless steel and seat with tricord weave, weather-resistant and ecological fiber based on polyolefin. Tribù.

For outdoor dining in style, Paola Navone offers her new INOUT 871 table with an aged teak structure and a 240 cm top with imitation wood concrete slats. Gervasoni.

High stools from the Pleats collection, designed by Eva Estevez and Jean-François Martin, from the Les Manufacteurs design studio. This new range is made of folded and welded steel, covered with a very resistant epoxy paint, available in many bright or pastel colors. TF Urban.

Chairs and table adjustable in 3 heights, from the Zebra series, from the Lievore Altherr studio. Made of die-cast aluminum, it combines the strength of the material with the lightness of its shapes. Fast.

Shadowy armchair from the M’Afrique range, by Tord Boontje, with varnished steel structure and multicolored plastic threads meticulously braided to give birth to geometric patterns. The braiding technique used is traditionally used in Africa to make fishing nets. Moroso.

Large nest with organic and enveloping shapes, the new INOUT 629 chaise longue, by Paola Navone, in hand-woven kubu rattan, is dedicated to truly special moments of rest. It is completed by a large seat cushion with rounded edges and 5 removable back cushions. Gervasoni.

Reef is the new armchair from the Archirivolto studio, made of fully recyclable aluminum. Inspired by the sailing maneuver performed to reduce the surface of the sail in very strong winds, the structure of the backrest evokes the rope used for ligature, with a wavy effect. A die-cast aluminum seat and a pressed sheet metal backrest, also in aluminum, are added to the tubular structure. Emu.

Sun Tan by Philippe Starck is a generic collection of garden and pool furniture, which finds its elegant simplicity in the minimum. Very light, totally indestructible, easy to stack and store, this range favors ergonomics for extreme functionality. Kartell.

Design Ivan Palmini, XZone is a versatile modular system that respects the environment, suitable for delimiting spaces of varying dimensions. It stems from the idea of ​​the domestic pavilion, a meeting place and conviviality, but it can also be used in urban contexts with different functions. Its X-shaped structure, the origin of the prefix of its name, is made of recyclable aluminum, which makes it extremely light and resistant to atmospheric agents and bad weather. Its cover is formed by anchoring to the fixed shade cloth bars. All+.

From the Martinelli Venezia studio, the Ponente deckchair can be positioned indoors or outdoors. Slide.

Timeless relax armchair and ottoman, by José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales and Borja García, made with powder-coated welded aluminum frame. Polyurethane fly, covered with water repellent fabric. Removable upholstery. Gandiablasco.

Bar stool from the CTR range, by the Italian designer Piergiorgio Cazzaniga, structure made of stainless steel tubes with powder coating of an ultra-durable lacquer and backrest woven in tricord, weather-resistant and ecological fiber based on polyolefin. Tribù.

Armchairs and 2-seater sofa from the Cross collection, by Rodolfo Dordoni, whose feet, characterized by an articulated X joint, are in die-cast aluminum, connected to the seat by a 4-way articulation. The seat and back have a tubular steel structure, while the seat and back are characterized by the interweaving of polyester ropes, in homage to the artisan tradition of the master basket makers of Lake Trasimeno. Emu.

Sale is the new recliner with adjustable backrest, designed by David Lopez Quincoces, perfect for relaxing inside or outside. The structure is in metal tube and covered in technical fabric. The hind feet have large wheels to move it. Living Divani.

Prince Cord Outdoor armchair, by Rodolfo Dordoni, with visible shell made of special braided yarn, aluminum base made using a sophisticated die-casting process and completely removable back and seat cushions, guaranteeing excellent comfort. A footrest with the same finishes can be combined with the armchair. Minotti.

New-Wood Plan lounge chair, from the Lievore Altherr studio, characterized by a revolutionary material made from a natural fiber 100% recyclable and ecological and extremely resistant to humidity, cold, sun and chlorine, while recreating the tactile and visual sensations of wood, in wood effect material. Structure in painted aluminum. Fast.

Dining armchairs and sofa from the CTR series, by the Italian designer Piergiorgio Cazzaniga, with structure composed of long stainless steel tubes, powder-coated with an ultra-durable lacquer and backrest woven in tricord, weather-resistant and ecological fiber based on polyolefin. Tribù.

Armchairs from the Pleats range, designed by Eva Estevez and Jean-François Martin, from the Les Manufacteurs design studio, and made of folded and welded steel covered with a very resistant epoxy paint. TF Urban.

Small dimensions and great functionality are the distinctive characteristics of Nova, collection signed Aldo Ciabatti and composed of seats and a contract table, in tubular steel and drawn sheet metal. The profile of the armrests is very particular, always tubular, with a particular inclination to guarantee maximum comfort. Emu.

Designed by Patricia Urquiola, the Tropicalia armchair is made of black plastic threads, skilfully braided on a light steel structure. The meticulous braiding of the threads following a very precise pattern produces a fascinating visual effect. The intertwined geometric patterns overlap creating more or less opacity. The shadows cast on the ground magnify the seat. The braided threads form a comfortable and flexible seat, which adapts to the shape of the body. In perfect harmony with the seat, the steel structure is covered with a black varnish. Moroso.

The aluminum slats of the Filo bench by Ivan Palmini are varnished or anodized, available in several finishes and offer endless possibilities for customization through coverings with laminate or forex panels. All+.

York Cord Outdoor seat, by Rodolfo Dordoni, featuring a cord frame, available in a range of natural sand, forest green and charcoal tones, and supported by a new metal base with 2 finishes to choose from; and Van Dyck Outdoor table from the same designer, characterized by a sculptural base, made up of 3 welded metal tubes of 10 cm in diameter and 1 round top in Cardoso stone or silver Beola stone. Minotti.

T-Table, by Mark Merckx, with steel structure and lava stone top, available in 4 sizes and 3 finishes; and Regista Dining Chair, by Monica Armani, made from a durable hand-woven fiber. The use of powder coated stainless steel results in a slim and elegant profile. Tribù.

Sinuosity, softness, harmony, fluidity of the lines in contrast with the rigidity of the material: this is only the starting point of the Modern collection, by Chiaramonte-Marin, composed of chairs, armchairs and stools and made entirely of steel . The structure is tubular, while the stretched sheet metal of the seat and backrest presents a fine weave and a unique interlacing. Emu.

Timeless modular system, signed José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales and Borja García and manufactured with powder-coated welded aluminum frame and teak, polyurethane fly covered with water-repellent fabric and removable upholstery. Gandiablasco.

The tubular structure of the Nef armchair, by Patrick Norguet, blends in with a stamped sheet seat. The interweaving of the polyester ropes, whose mesh pattern is made with clips of AISI 316 steel, gives a natural feeling of comfort and warmth. The grid fixing system is innovative. Emu.

Design Ivan Palmini, the light shape of the Teso table is obtained thanks to the simple and essential elements that compose it: 2 metal legs, forming the support and the structure, and 1 plan made with wooden planks arranged side by side and held by the very shape of the foot. All+.

For outdoor dining in style, Paola Navone offers her new INOUT 871 table with an aged teak structure and a 240 cm wooden slatted top. Around the table too, 2 new wooden chairs: INOUT 865, with aged teak structure and wide and irregular mesh weaving in gray HDPE, and INOUT 866 with armrests. Gervasoni.

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