The latest crop of outdoor furniture and furnishings offers elegant, comfortable ways to enjoy the great outdoors, whether on a Swiss Alp or poolside in St. Barth’s.

Benjamin Ferriol collaborated with Ego Paris on this modular collection, called Kama. It is made of lacquered aluminum and comprises a little over a dozen pieces, from seating components with arms on the left or the right, to a hanging daybed and garden swing. It can be arranged in infinite configurations, and comes in 42 color options and 45 different fabrics.

Arhaus has the perfect solution for fire pit seating (and beyond). The Milos collection swivel chair is artisan-made using teak finished in a driftwood gray color. The silhouette is simultaneously stately and casual. It also comes in a dining chair version. $2,250 and $950, respectively;

The classic yet idiosyncratic imagery of Fornasetti has been going strong since the 1960s and seems endlessly adaptable to various categories of products. The latest is the Capitellum chair and the Ara Solis table from the Atelier’s Garden of Possible Natures outdoor furniture collection. Here the sun and column, popular motifs throughout Fornasetti’s visual vocabulary, take 3D form. Made of stainless steel, the stackable chairs come in black, white, and yellow. $1,180–$10,030;

The Temps Calme Outdoor Composition by Roche Bobois is a spin-off of its indoor cousin, and it’s just as groovy. A Dryfeel foam form is upholstered in indoor/outdoor Meridien fabric over an okume and okume plywood frame. You can go all the way with the sectional configuration, or opt for the new sunbed for a fabulous poolside chaise. From $4,995;

George Smith can usually make outdoor versions of its furniture collections, unless they are buttoned. Now the company is offering the Turkish Delight fireplace chair and pillow stack in outdoor fabric sourced from a third party. The company’s Northumberland parish facilities hope to eventually debut its own collection of outdoor fabric, so you can get the whole ensemble in one place. From $7,500 and $4,540, respectively;

Handcrafted in Richmond, Virginia, McKinnon and Harris furniture has long been a classic choice. But the deCamp sectional is also sexy. Boasting coquettish canted arms and slender tapered gams, the piece features the company’s environmentally friendly Bonderite EC2 Henkel Undercoating and comes in more than 20 colors. $30,010 as shown;

Catalonian firm Marset has adapted Joan Gaspar’s Ginger collection of lighting for outdoors, and in the process also introduced the collection’s first-ever bollard and streetlamp-style lights. The indoor versions featured wood shades, while these sport metal. There is also a new rust brown finish. $610–$4,250;

Oslo-based Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll collaborated with Norwegian furniture company Vestre on the just-introduced Kinn lounge chair. The stackable chair is made of Hydro CIRCAL, a material composed of 75 percent recycled aluminum. Over 200 colors are available, paired with Nordic pine, Kebonized pine (a more ecologically sound modified wood), or oak. $1,050;

For its new Jardin collection, Paola Lenti has reimagined a beach chair designed in 1957 by Clara Porset for the Hotel Marqués in Acapulco, Mexico. Cuban-born architect and designer Porset moved to Mexico in the 1930s and collaborated closely with Luis Barragán. She became a seminal figure in that country’s modernist movement through her teaching and her designs. Lenti has infused the original design with her signature sense of color, making it feel contemporary and new, despite its 65-year pedigree. Pricing not yet available,