Maritime flair does not always have to be a matter of blue and white stripes, as is demonstrated by the recently opened Oktopussy design restaurant on the island of Norderney.
When Fermob came calling, designer Frédéric Sofia stepped up to the task. His challenge? To reinvent Luxembourg, the famous Parisian chair. The result was a fully-fledged collection, with simple, generous lines, and a robust, lightweight design. From the solo or duo low armchair to the Kid chair, the Luxembourg line keeps on growing. A nod to the past yet resolutely modern, it is now found in every corner of the world, at iconic locations such as Lincoln Castle (UK), Oakland Museum of California (USA), Angama Resort (Kenya) and Kanagawa Parc (Japan).
The chair, low armchair and armchair are also now available in steel. With its heavyweight design, this new product is wind-resistant, extremely sturdy, and a great deterrent to potential thieves. It’s exactly what outdoor terraces, squares and public gardens have been waiting for.
|Seat finish||without upholstery|
|Base finish||with legs|
|Backrest finish||without backrest|
|Armrest finish||without armrests|
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|Fermob 2017 catalogue|