The outdoor seating system designed by Italian-Danish duo GamFratesi is a compositional mosaic. The juxtaposition of the individual elements creates a style that is decisive and strongly characteristic, yet delicate and light thanks to its suspended, aerial feet.
In the new teak version, an evolution of the family originally in aluminium, the warmth of wood combines with careful technological research in the wooden supporting structure. All the more so as there is no support point in the central seating area of the sofa: a slender but solid platform made of a wood that is smooth to the touch and resistant to atmospheric agents, supported by elegant Bronze-coloured aluminium feet, this is Patio Teak.
The wooden frame, chosen to create a more natural aesthetic that is easier to combine with other furnishing pieces in the outdoor collection, thus joins the version with aluminium base, borrowing the structure of its backrest in Ecru polypropylene rope. Some of the seating elements of Patio and Patio Teak feature a handy tray in natural teak, with grooves for draining water.
The introduction of the Patio version in wood enriches and multiplies the transversal nature of the system, which can thus be adapted to multiple environments and contexts, meeting all aesthetic and formal requirements.
The design makes it possible to create conversation, relaxation and vis-à-vis areas for every taste, interspersing seating with coffee tables and adding ottomans and benches. A solution capable of meeting the requirements of both small metropolitan terraces, and extensive outdoor spaces. All the elements feature feet and backrest joints in die-cast aluminium with an anti-touch Bronze colour finish, perfect for adapting to both the wooden and aluminium bases.
The backrest remains the common thread of the collection: a vertical boundary that wraps around the piece without acting as a barrier, closing the design but offering a glimpse of beyond, and drawing the horizon thanks to its iconic weave.