Mesh Daybed, designed by Patricia Urquiola, is in aluminium and teak with terrain elements laminated seat cushions in a beautiful deisgn. This collection recalls architectural facades, which filter the surrounding environment without stopping the light and air flow. Industrial and natural materials, hard and soft surfaces, transparent and solid volumes are putted face to face in order to create this family of outdoor furniture based in contrasts
Bitta Daybed, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, is a daybed in beautiful design. Kettal Bitta is characterized by a combination of aluminum and teak frames, seats of braided polyester and comfortable cushions, with teak or stone table tops - all while using all waterproof materials. “The intention of the designer was to create dense braiding that would still let the air through, reminiscent of the braiding of the ropes used to moor boats (hence the name Bitta, which means ‘mooring’ in Italian), which makes the pieces look lightweight but, at the same time, they look just like cozy nests in natural colors to sit back and relax in.” New Bitta finishes : Aluminium legs, Teak legs, Bela ropes, Parallel fabrics
Galeria by Antonio da Motta is an architectural, versatile and luxuriously upholstered daybed. It brings a contemporary functional form, accented with elegant details, to living or bedroom spaces. Hand-tied and sprung, the seat is comfortable, minimal and keeps its form beautifully. The upholstery sits on a raw shagreen platform that is raised by sculpted bronze legs, while semi-precious buttons hold the round cushions in place. Finishes: Natural Chocolate Shagreen | Ecru Woven Fabric | Cocoa Chenille Fabric | Aventurine | Bronze Patina
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Twelve-Day Bed, designed by Massimo Castagna, is an elegant, sleek daybed with hand-burnished brass legs, and the frame is completed with an upholstered mattress and headrest. The upholstery is in a leather Cat.L2 Nabuk blue 2117 makes it a beautiful addition to a sumptuous boudoir, orangery, covered balcony, spa, or private treatment room.
Boudoir Daybed, designed by Gabriel Kakon and Scott Richler, is a classic seating silhouette reinterpreted. It has a black steel structure and brass ornaments. A French pebbled Sophie-grey leather lining hosts a plush tone-on-tone upholstered fabric cushion. The Boudoir Daybed makes lounging an elegant experience by instilling depth and movement into each piece.