In its late spring 2016 issue, Boston Common magazine dedicates the full spread to Casa Design’s Haute Decor outdoors. It features ultra-modern barcode sectional sofa by Varaschin and lounge chairs with poolside “pouf” set from double collection designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for Roda.
RODA, a contemporary icon of top quality outdoor furniture, recently raised the stakes with the buzz-worthy debut of not one but two new extraordinary collections: DOUBLE and TEKA. Offering all of the allures for which RODA is known, these collections add to the growing body of choices for design enthusiasts seeking to integrate indoor aesthetics with outdoor practicality.
From the “perfect daybed for outdoor napping,” as proclaimed by modern design website Design Milk to an overall aesthetic ideal for “creating your own little piece of paradise” per design blog Homedit.com, Roberti’s sublime pieces are the embodiment of refined relaxation. It’s no stretch that this 55-year-old line — an innovator in the in-outdoor area trend — bills itself as “outdoor pleasure.”
Interior living spaces are an expression of personal design aesthetic, so why should exterior living spaces be any different? Spanish specialist outdoor design company Kettal embraces the spirit of individuality with its answer to average: the extraordinary Kettal Pavilions collection — now on display at our Casa Outdoor Boston showroom.
A true appreciator of design can’t help but curate a few favorite pieces from designer collections each year, but there is also comfort in selecting timeless furniture items that become personal favorites and can be kept part of the household’s furniture rotation year after year. We suspect the diamond back high chair from Danish designer Foersome & Hiort-Lorenzen will become exactly that.
Back in December, we peaked your interest in the latest Kettal Mesh outdoor collection. This month, we invite you to turn your attention towards their newest armchair, called Stampa, which combines simple and sophisticated style with Kettal’s iconic mesh form.