With a climate that cannot be found anywhere else in the world, Australia’s outdoors offer plentiful opportunities. This week’s Indesign In Focus brings you a curated list of outdoor furniture that should not be missed.
June 3rd, 2019
With a climate that cannot be found anywhere else in the world, Australia’s outdoors offers plentiful opportunities. This week’s Indesign In Focus brings you a curated list of outdoor furniture that should not be missed.
Even as the days get shorter and the temperature drops, there’s something special about outdoor living in Australia. We’re blessed with some of the finest climate in the world and designers have long taken advantage of this, as this Indesign In Focus showcase shows…
Fifty Armchair was created for relaxation, while side panels by the headrest inspire feelings of privacy.
The Brooklyn stool is a recognised style, which is modern and timeless from today and tomorrow.
The modern, clean lines and ‘netted’ steel mesh of the Volley Lounger inspires visions of backyard tennis without the hard work.
MARI-SOL is a table that combines technology in its function and form. Suitable for outdoor use, the table withstands the weather, sea and the sun.
With flowing shapes reminiscent of a bentwood chair, Stecca is a robust family of versatile, aluminium lightweight seating.
Elipse outdoor is a simple, free and flexible luminaire to light a garden to create an enchanting atmosphere at night.
The BDLove Planter is an inspired choice for greenery that deserves a platform to shine.
Regent is a contemporary and bold concrete dining table, ideal for your outdoor or indoor space.
The stackable Paperclip Stool feature a seat in wire, perforated sheet metal, or Merbau timber finished with a clear two pack polyurethane coating
The Camp Cover sofa is stylish and durable thanks to the understated all-weather wicker frame clad in natural grey weave, woven over a tough stainless steel base.
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