New street furniture that is as aesthetically pleasing as its residential counterparts – these options can survive all four seasons with ease. Outdoor Collection SP01 Designed by Australian designer Tom Fereday and made in Italy, SP01's outdoor collection comprises an elegant series of powder-coated bent-steel wire chairs, small and large occasional tables and vibrantly-hued stools. Each design is available in a number of bright colors and surfaces, from millennial pink to forest green to White Carrara and Black Marquina-honed marble. Matera Outdoor Marble Tables Paola Navone for Baxter Black and speckled white marble are suspended in resin to form a unique table series. It is available in six various heights and diameters. Pantelleria Sofa DIMORESTUDIO for The Future Perfect Brightly adorned with a red-striped cushion, this sofa was designed to emulate the comfort of interior furniture in an exterior environment. It is composed of curved painted metal with wooden armrests on either side. Virus Extremis Flemish furniture designer Dirk Wynants designed different versions of a playful picnic table based on an identical seating frame for two to five people, aptly dubbing the collection “Virus.” The compact design of small-to-medium-size seating is a solution for inhabiting smaller living spaces. Cala Doshi Levien for Kettal Inspired by the iconic Emmanuelle chair, this high-backed armchair is fashioned from an open weave rope that offers structure while maintaining transparency. The design affords 34 color options for the aluminum frame and 19 options for the rope. Cyclone Lounger Uhuru Inspired by the Cyclone rollercoaster, the design of this chaise resurrects the form of one of Coney Island’s original rides. It is crafted from reclaimed Ipe wood taken from the iconic, demolished boardwalk that was first installed in the late 1940s and since then has weathered the sun, salt, and snow for 70 years. The metal is finished with a low-VOC powder coat finish.
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During Milan Design Week, Jaime Hayon's Stone Age Folk (above) was a riotous room inspired by ancient folktales. Housed in a neoclassical palazzo ballroom, the architectural pavilion used more than 40 Caesarstone colors with metal and stained glass, and it was just one of a spate of designs to reinterpret inlay, cloisonné, and terrazzo. Nesso Matteo Cibic for Scarlet Splendour This collection of otherwise-straightforward shapes is elevated by a neoclassical grid pattern made of resin and brass inlay. The effect, demonstrated by the mint and brass console shown, is subtly spectacular. Portico Ferruccio Laviani for Emmemobili Made from curved walnut, Portico features a rounded Memphis-era form in muted jewel tones (appropriately, as Ferruccio Laviani was a founding member of the original group). The modular piece comes in two heights and can come with glossy lacquered doors to create a cabinet, or without to act as a partition. Painting screen Alessandra Baldereschi for De Castelli Italian metal brand De Castelli gave seven female designers the brief to create furniture pieces that made metals feel warm and alive. Italian designer Alessandra Baldereschi combined steel, copper, brass, and iron to create this serene earth-toned screen. Corrispondenza tiles DIMORESTUDIO for Ceramica Bardelli These kaleidoscopic tiles come in seven geometric designs that are meant to resemble origami when combined. Each tile is handmade and can be used on interior floors and walls; the tiles are approximately eight by eight inches. Magic Stone Geometric table Rooms A stunning terrazzo tabletop with geometric patterns that evoke the magic of the cosmos sits atop solid steel legs.