The Outdoors by Potocco

Tables, chairs, daybeds and accessories of the 2019 collection

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The Outdoors by Potocco
08/05/2019 - Craftsmanship and passion for wood, ongoing research of materials and attention to quality, innovation and tailoring. Potocco presents a new outdoor collection that is reflected in the material research: wood, metals,ropes and fabrics processed and interpreted to produce furniture that is always different. The designer’s parterre has also been extended, thanks to new collaborations with Federica Biasi, Johan Lindstén and Victor Vasilev. Reconfirmed instead the ones with Chiara Andreatti, Oscar and Gabriele Buratti, Radice Orlandini, David Lopez Quincoces, Mario Ferrarini and Bernhardt&Vella.
MALI

MALI

MALI design Federica Biasi
Inspired by traditional Indonesian seating, Federica Biasi created a sculpted shape in Iroko wood that reveals her exotic charm thanks to graceful and gentle proportions that marry a raw, unfinished look. MALI is freed from excess decoration bringing back the value of natural material. The “Fly” hand-woven braided backrest, creates an airy texture that becomes a structure, revealing the designer's most feminine creative side.
HISHI

HISHI

HISHI design Chiara Andreatti
Like small contemporary totems, the HISHI tables, through the choice of materials, the combination of indoor and outdoor. The base in ceramic, in the colors gray sand and peach, is characterized by a hand crafted basrelief decoration in geometric mesh. A design that seems to imprint the graphic pattern of the weaves, a stylistic sign of the outdoor according to Potocco’s view.
DOCK

DOCK

DOCK design David Lopez Quincoces
An allure of lightness accompanies the entire project: structure and top are elegantly dry, reduced to the minimum thickness for a timeless furnishing able to fit into any context. The slats arranged next to each other, to compose a harmonious and orderly sequence, are in Iroko wood, making the Dock ideal for an outdoor use. A proposal that evokes summer and marine atmospheres. On both sides, the section of the table tapers slightly at the edges, giving it an almost airy appearance.
KEEL

KEEL

KEEL design M+V (Mario Ferrarini + Victor Vasilev)
Essential in the lines, the design of the new KEEL chair and armchair by M + V rises from a careful research on the relationship between geometric rigor and organic sinuosity. This seat represents in fact the attempt to find the best balance between a linear iron structure and wooden support elements with soft and sinuous shapes. The name Keel is a reference to the nautical world, in particular the balancing function performed by the keel in boats.
OLA

OLA

OLA design Radice Orlandini
The concept of OLA is linked to the image of the wave, an organic and sinuous shape that has always fascinated men. Its fluid and creates lights and shadows. An image that is both elegant and disruptive. In the same way, the enveloping backrest of the Ola chair and armchair, hand-woven in 'Fly' rope, folds in three dimensions to accommodate the human body, guaranteeing a perfect comfort. This also thanks to the designers' choice to introduce a change of inclination in the supporting structure: the shapes acquire in this way a greater plasticity while maintaining an extreme linearity in the plot of the weaving.
JUNE

JUNE

JUNE e BUTLER design Bernhardt&Vella
Versatile and transversal JUNE lends to furnish outdoor environments thanks to the proposed finishes. The structure is entirely in painted tubular and, all around the armrests, the armchair is hand weaved in nautical rope or “Gassa” rope, which draw the line of it becoming an aesthetic and functional element. The independence between the structure and the important seat and back cushions, placed on it, expresses the logic of rationalism, to which the entire project is inspired.
BUTLER

BUTLER

BUTLER is an outdoor trolley that combines an essential design with functionality. The upper top in Iroko wood, the lower one and the bottle holder container, removable according to need, create a play of volumes and lines with the structure.
SUNO

SUNO

SUNO design Johan Lindstèn
In the first collaboration with Potocco, Johan Lindstèn reinterprets the universal shape of the sunbed. The young Swedish designer emphasizes one of the main elements of this furniture, giving life to the new SUNO sunbed, that stands out for its large wheels with diam. of 57 cm. A formal hyperbole that makes of a functional element the aesthetic trait that characterizes the entire project by re-reading it with a playful approach and giving it great elegance. With a structure made of Iroko wood slats, fitted with a padded mattress, SUNO has a backrest that can be adjusted to different inclinations.
LAND

LAND

LAND design Potocco D&D
An island of relaxation where you can spend your summer days, maybe by the pool. LAND sun bed is the new proposal signed by the company that expands the outdoor catalogue, natural extension of the Potocco house, taking the indoor comfort outside. A product that recalls relaxed atmospheres and serenity.
OTX

OTX

OTX design Gabriele e Oscar Buratti
The new Ø128cm and Ø158cm OTX dining table extends the homonymous collection designed by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti. OTX dining table is characterized by minimal aesthetics and a geometric design. A perfect synthesis between practicality, lightness and essential design.
VELIS

VELIS

VELIS OUTDOOR Mario Ferrarini studio
This year the VELIS tub chair by Mario Ferrarini studio is realized in an outdoor version. The experience gained by Potocco in the use of weaving gives rise to the new variant with back and armrests woven in “Gassa” rope, combined with an Iroko wooden base.


Potocco on ARCHIPRODUCTSPotocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

The Outdoors by Potocco

The Outdoors by Potocco

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

Potocco @ Salone del Mobile_ photo Leonardo Duggento

SUNO

SUNO

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