8 Stylish Outdoor Furnishings
1. Gordon Guillaumier for Roda
Standout: This daybed’s generous elliptical shape, chunky knit cover, and curved frame encourage lolling about, whether solo or à deux.
2. Patrick Naggar for Ralph Pucci
Standout: Offered in five colors (with more to come), these sinuous fiberglass beauties are made inthe same New York workshop where the company crafts its famed mannequins.
3. Sebastian Herkner for Dedon
Standout: Recyclable, nontoxic Dedon fiber and handmade maritime rope (in new hue Marrone) woven in a cosseting wingback shape tops a solid teak base.
4. Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez for Ethimo
Standout: Designed to withstand cold climes, the seating series, which pairs pickled teak with handwoven synthetic fiber, boasts a low-slung profile and gentle angles.
5. Massimo Castagna for Exteta
Standout: Solid mahogany, marine stainless steel, Sunbrella fabric, and real leather treated for outdoor use combine in a cushy daybed with midcentury vibes. Through DDC.
6. Kodai Iwamoto for Deesawat Industries Co.
Standout: The cleverly designed teak-and-steel sun lounger simply tips onto one end for easy storage in a small footprint. And it’s stackable and rollable to boot.
7. Miguel Milá for Expormim
Standout: An update of Milá’s 1962 design, the stool (in high and low versions) makes a statement in bent rattan, which can be stained one of nine colors or left natural.
8. Mac Stopa for Tonon & C.
Product: River Snake
Standout: Ribbed, weatherproof modules gang to form organic tessellations that provide ample seating while demarcating space.