Patricia Urquiola’s Husk is a colourful and durable outdoor furniture collection.
December 20th, 2011
Launched at Maison Objet in 2011, Husk Outdoor was designed by Patricia Urquiola for B&B Italia.
The chair’s moulded shell, made of Hirek, is white; a fixed base is available in painted shades of white, black, orange, acid green and sky blue.
Soft quilted cushions of white, beige, orange, acid green or sky blue form the seat. Two available versions of seat cushion offer different levels of comfort.
Complementing the Husk chair is the small round Husk table, available in the same 5 painted colour shades as the armchair and providing a versatile addition to the range.
Husk Outdoor is available in Australia from Space Furniture.
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