Living under the skies: what previously consisted of a simple table with a few chairs and sometimes a chaise longue is being celebrated completely differently today. That’s because gardens, balconies and terraces are being furnished with pieces of increasingly high quality. You can meanwhile even find classics from Le Corbusier in a «garden version». When it comes to colours, nobody is avoiding white plus shades of sand and brown, but other colours also have their place.
The «LC7» and «LC3» armchairs by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, from Cassina. Starting now, these classics can also be placed outdoors. Made of stainless steel and with a seat cover which comes in five different colours, available in Switzerland for example at «Buchwalder-Linder» in Lucerne.
«Grillage» by François Azambourg, from Ligne Roset, available in black and light blue. This attractively shaped chair shows how it is possible to combine comfort and ergonomics in a full-metal chair which, thanks to zinc-free rust proofing is suitable for outdoor use. This chair is optionally available for interiors with an upholstered layer.
«Tie-Break» by Bertjan Pot, from Lampert. This outdoor armchair is characterised by simple contours and an exciting mix of materials (tennis net, safety harness, flat-rolled steel). This gives you extremely comfortable seating and it can remain outdoors the entire year without any problems. It is available in black or blue.
«Hook» by Eric Degenhardt, from Lampert. Small practical side table, which can be folded up as needed and hung on a hook for storage. Available in white, grey, yellow and blue.