01 профиль изделия
Tropez considers the world of outdoor furniture in a light-hearted and unpretentious way; much like a lacewing bird would land in a garden with ease. A line very much defined by its casual aspects and flexibility, inspired by the world of sports from the 20's and 30's - using a language we know from elegant sailing boats and handcrafted tennis rackets. Tropez is bringing the comfort of interior furniture to the outdoors. Its platform construction based on an extruded aluminium profile allows various elements to be interchanged, offering a great level of flexibility. This "légère" character can draw a special identity on architectural and non-architectural landscapes.
Made of thermo-lacquered aluminium profiles, plastic fabric and porcelain plate. This extensive collection comprises several pieces, including a bed, chaise lounge, armchair, sofa and modular sofas, poufs, high and low tables, a stool and benches.
Available colors: white, sand and black.
Removable fabric cover – wide variety of colors.
02 All Tropez Products
03 Tagsfairs, Gandia Blasco Articles, Gandia Blasco Products, imm cologne 2012, Outdoor, Outdoor Special 2013, Salone del Mobile 2012, Stefan Diez Articles, Stefan Diez Products
04 Articles about Gandia Blasco and Stefan Diez
I like the Original
Imm cologne attract creative minds from all over the world – this time they included Marc Bailly, interior architect straight from New York. He joined Robert Volhard, Stylepark MD, for a tour of the Cologne interiors fair to find out all about innovative design this side of the Great Pond.› To the article
The main criteria is good work
At the London Design Festival Sebastian Wrong presented his new collection “Wrong For Hay” in a stylish Georgian house at St James’s Park. Uta Abendroth spoke to him about the direction the portfolio takes, London as a location and working with the Danes.› To the article
The longing for a studiolo
With “7 Studies”, gallerist and furniture maker Jörg Schellmann is showing in Munich how seven renowned artists and designers, among them Stefan Diez, Liam Gillick and Donald Judd, are furnishing workspaces. And that they are not all that far from the Renaissance studiolo.› To the article