Kenneth Cobonpue’s Matilda range incorporates outdoor furniture fabric Sunbrella.
November 14th, 2011
Filipino designer Kenneth Cobonpue is renowned for his imaginative creations that make use of an array of natural materials – palms, seagrasses, bamboo, abaca and rattan.
Cobonpue’s Matilda range – with its robust and tactile rattan forms – incorporate Sunbrella fabric, one of the world’s leading outdoor fabrics.
The fabrics complement the beautiful Matilda aesthetic as well as the product’s durability – the furniture fabric carries a limited warranty of 5 years.
With Kenneth Cobonpue and Sunbrella, you know you’ve got a winning combination of great design and a product that lasts.
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