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Hanging in there: Tie-Break is a supreme example of the individual style of the young Dutch designer Bertjan Pot. Simple lines and an intriguing mix of materials make this outdoor armchair a very special piece of design. This oversized piece of garden furniture combines tennis netting, safety belts and flat-rolled steel in a very unconventional way. A little rough, a bit different: many items of garden furniture require cushions to be comfortable enough to sit on and can, therefore, only remain outside during periods of good weather. Not so Tie-Break: the seat is made of tennis netting, with edging made from safety belts. The result is an extremely comfortable outdoor chair that needs no additional cushions and does not have to be taken inside when it's raining: it can simply stay outside the whole year round. This sturdy chair that, due to its oversized dimensions has a somewhat 'caricature' appearance, is part of the new Richard Lampert LIVING OUTDOOR collection and is available in black or blue.
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04 Articles about Lampert and Bertjan Pot
Light for the cave
“LEDS Clay” by Maarten Baas and Bertjan Pot for DGPH
The two have little truck with Mainstream. What they do like is atavistic fun.
News for Cologne –
from Böwer to Zeitraum
Which re-editions are being dragged from the archives this year? In which pots of paint did manufacturers decide to dip their products? Enjoy browsing our selection of up-and-coming innovations!› To the article
Buffaloes in the Swiss underground
Flying parquet floorboards, a Colombian high-speed knitter and wooden buffaloes peacefully grazing: At the 15th Designers’ Saturday in Langenthal, Switzerland, the designers and manufacturers once again opted for unusual means to stage their products.› To the article