Strong and flexible
"Cadiz" by Fermob is always well prepared for any weather because for the new chair collection its designer Antoine Lesur combined two materials that gave the French manufacturer an excellent reputation from an early date and are now getting an updated look, namely aluminum and outdoor technical mesh. As this combination makes the sleek chairs light to carry, they can be moved from one spot to another without any great physical exertion being necessary. The seat area and backrest are made of the airy TOG Batyline mesh that is tearproof, stain-resistant, parries mildew, retains its shape – and cuts a fine figure even in a fickle coastal climate. So as to provide ideal support for the body there is a slight gap between the two elements of the chair. Similarly, Lesur had comfort in mind when he designed the seat: Sloping downwards slightly and with rounded edges it has nothing that might bother the sitter.
Moreover, the version with armrests also features a highly sophisticated technology: The tubes are hydroformed, a technique that also enables complex designs: The gently sweeping curve merges seamlessly with the frame. And as "Cadiz" is also stackable even where space is limited there will be enough chairs for all guests. Apart from a bridge chair the collection includes a high armchair, a low armchair and a bar chair offering numerous options for equipping terraces of all kind with "Cadiz" by Fermob. The powder paints in various shades such as Lagoon Blue, Cotton White, Liquorice Black or Nutmeg Brown are all UV-resistant and together with the matching mesh of the surfaces make for an attractive monochrome appearance. "Stereo Clay Gray" is a more recent shade that introduces a reduced, warm naturalness to the ensemble.