Gubi introduces its first outdoor collection. The new Gubi collection breaks down the boundaries between inside and outside, venturing into the world of patios, gardens and open-air spaces with a new approach to outdoor design.
Gubi presents Bohemian 72, a range of rattan outdoor furniture that celebrates Gabriella Crespi's passion for creating sophisticated furnishings from natural materials. A refined lounge lifestyle that highlights the striking modern feel of the collection, designed by the artist for private clients 50 years ago, which includes a lounge chair, a three-seater sofa, an ottoman and floor lamp.
Gabriella Crespi had a free spirit. She studied architecture in the 1940s, when she was outnumbered as a woman at the Polytechnic of Milan. She initially designed small objets d'art that Christian Dior, among others, purchased for his boutiques. For the first time, Gabriella Crespi's designs join a portfolio of Gubi reissues signed by the most famous designers of the past.
Soft curves, organic and sculptural shapes. A bold, elegant and sophisticated style that bridges the gap between outdoor and indoor spaces. The designer's goal was to create a range of flexible seating that would fit equally in the city, the country, or the beach. Fascinated by rattan for its strength and versatility, a very popular material in the 1970s, Gabriella Crespi was able to reinterpret it through the innovative technique of using repeated layers of vertically coiled rattan vines. The final result is an extremely refined, flexible and timeless outdoor furniture collection.
The sculptural softness of Pierre Paulin's Pacha collection moves outdoors. Now the distinctive aesthetic of the indoor collection can be enjoyed in the open air, with the same level of comfort that inspired the original design.
Half a century later and with the approval of his family, Gubi is now producing designer Bill Curry's innovative design for the first time in a portable version. Pioneer of the first ‘total look’ lamp, American designer Bill Curry designed the Obello lamp in 1971 with a single glass form, eliminating the need for a separate base.
Echoing the graphic silhouette of a mushroom, he drew inspiration from the Atomic Era, the space race and pop culture that would go on to define 1970s Los Angeles. The lampshade is made of blown glass and the size makes it very easy to transport.
A new outdoor version of the popular C-Chair, a dining chair originally designed in 1947 for post-war housing in France, is joined outside by the new F-Chair. The chair, designed by Marcel Gascoin, debuted in 1949 at the traveling exhibition "Maison Rurale", which set out to showcase furniture that met the particular needs of life in the countryside.
The C-Chair and F-Chair have both been optimized by Gubi for outdoor use in terms of ergonomics and materials. The proportions enhance comfort and the frames have been carefully crafted according to traditional joinery techniques using plantation teak. Seats and backrests are tightly woven from a weather resistant outdoor fiber.
Created in the 1950s by the Hungarian-born French master of postwar design, Mathieu Matégot, the Tropique outdoor furniture collection captures the timeless glamour and exotic luxury of outdoor living on the Côte d’Azur in the mid-20th century.
cattura il glamour senza tempo e il lusso esotico della vita all'aperto sulla Costa Azzurra a metà del XX secolo.
Blending simple materials with decadent aesthetics, Tropique includes two dining chairs and a dining table.
Featuring a dining table in two sizes and a coffee table, the collection the collection has been conceived to bring a unique vibe when gathering outdoors to dine and relax.
The tabletops are made from rhythmic, repeating slats of teak, enclosed by a frame made from the same slats, giving a minimalist feel.
Gamfratesi's TS outdoor collection is a friendly combination of classic and contemporary lines. The tables can be both practical and playful, creating different expressions with varying functions, depending on the sizes and number of tables combined. The luxurious tabletops, in veined white travertine, complement the geometric steel bases, and enable the collection’s elegant interior aesthetic to cross the threshold into the open air.
The plastic editions of two of Gubi's most popular dining chairs, the Beetle and the Bat, have been reimagined for outdoor use. Reexamining their materials, aesthetics and function, combined with an outdoor treatment, has made the chairs perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. The rounded shells of both chairs embrace the user, turning it into a comfortable piece of furniture even for long sessions.
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