Twelve outdoor classics
May 8, 2013

Even though it’s May already, the weather still seems to be doing what it likes this year – meaning that while it might look like spring has awoken it doesn’t quite feel like it. Of course our winter coats have been packed away in the attic for a while now, we’d rather stand shivering in our trench coats and make our way to the ice cream parlor despite the outdoor temperature being no higher then 15°C. After all, the wind could change at any time; the thermometer could make that leap up over the 20°C mark. Good for those who are well prepared and have already gotten their home and garden ready for the open-air activities to come. To make sure that you start the summer season in style, we’ve compiled a selection of the most renowned design classics for outdoor use. Always a “safe bet” and a good-looking and cool one to boot.

an Pauchard for Tolix, 1934, material: steel

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oray, 1939, material: aluminum

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el Breuer for Tecta, 1927, material: stainless steel tubing, iron yarn belt

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ari Tapiovaara for Tapiovaara, 1954, material: steel

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“Bertoia Asymmetric Chaise”, Harry Bertoia for Knoll, 1952/2005, material: steel

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