Such stylish street furniture options may be hard to distinguish from residential furnishings, but both are made to take the heat (and rain and snow).
Designer Stephen Burks immersed himself in the weaving culture of the Philippines to develop AHNDA’s open weave. The chair’s geometry is based on a circle to allow users to sit comfortably and interact with guests or curl up and recline. DEDON’s weatherproof fiber can withstand harsh weather, so cushions may be left out in any condition.
(Courtesy Royal Botania)
French landscape architect Louis Benech, known for projects at the Tuileries Garden and Palace of Versailles, designed this collection, inspired by his travels, for Royal Botania. The teak pieces are bold yet classic and sure to remain timeless.
(Courtesy Landscape Forms)
The classic style of this line gets an update with MeldStone, an ultra-high-performance concrete material that allows a thinner cross section with higher abrasion resistance and lower permeability. STRATA benches are offered with or without backs and arms.
A new take on the traditional picnic table, Hopper has four pass-through zones that make it easy to get in and out without having to climb over others. Further modernizing the design, Extremis offers the legs in galvanized steel or powder-coated aluminum. Hopper is available in four sizes that can accommodate up to 10 people.
(Courtesy Fernando Mastrangelo)
Designer Fernando Mastrangelo has been using casting materials such as salt, sugar, sand, coffee, and corn in his sculpture practice for more than a decade. He is now applying his techniques to beautifully hand-dyed and poured cement furniture that adds sophistication to any space.
(Courtesy Pavilion Furniture)
Inspired by the romantic styles of the 1940s, this collection features leather-look removable cushions and powder-coated aluminum frames that would work just as well in a living room as by the pool.
Healthcare and design come together at ProHealth Care Cancer Center: The team from Cannon Design, globally rated #5 firm in Health Care, selected Mosa’s world class porcelain for floors and feature walls in public and patient care areas to address their key objectives.