Knit mixes teak or mahogany wood with a woven synthetic fabric to achieve a sophisticated family of outdoor furnishings.
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The iconic Anglepoise® desk lamp has gone giant with outdoor versions that include a floor lamp and a wall-mounted lamp.
A sofa seating system that brings the same thought that goes into indoor seating to the outdoors.
A folding ping pong table combines functionality, playability, and durability, while at the same time focusing on the design of it.
Made of a fiber glass resin monocoque, this modern, outdoor chair is punched with a pattern of square and round slot.
Protecting AND showing off your awesome bike gear at the same time? That's a double win.
Ak47's range of innovative, wood burning fire pits blend utility and Italian design so you can sit back and stay warm all year.
Patrick Norguet's outdoor furniture for Ethimo combines teak wood with an aluminum structure giving an overall feeling of lightness.
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec collaborated with Kettal on the aluminum Stampa chair, which was designed to be both sturdy and delicate.
Combining functions, Katia Tolstykh created an ergonomic bird feeder, bird's nest, and a "speaker" to project the sounds of birds singing.
A chair made from stainless steel wires that form the sides and backrest and where they meet, they create a grid that forms the seat.
We take a look back at the most popular posts from 2015 in our Get Out! column where we examine everything for the outdoors.
Shore rugs are woven with a specially designed silicone cord that can be used both indoors and out and come in really fun color choices.
A chair that makes you think of draining pasta in a colander.