Design

Hanging Out

Get a breath of fresh air with new furnishings for summer entertaining al fresco.
JORGE S. ARANGO

Patricia Urquiola’s circular Trampoline daybed, part of Cassina’s first complete outdoor collection, creates an idyllic island amid other outdoor seating. Woven of polypropylene rope, it comes in a variety of colorful combinations. $16,210; cassina.com

For Tidelli’s 30th anniversary, Luciano Mandelli looked to a clean, organic aesthetic. The resulting Padang chair and benches are fashioned in Brazil out of the company’s signature material, woven nautical rope, and come in a multitude of colors, from neutrals to bold and bright. $830 (Padang chair); tidelli.com

Italian Busetti Garuti Redaelli designed the appropriately named Lapel chair for Ligne Roset’s latest outdoor collections. Cords weave from the seat frame over the rounded back and fold like a collar back toward the base. From $825; ligne-roset.com

For Arpa, from MDF Italia, Spanish designer Ramón Esteve took design cues from the harp. Cushions appear suspended from the orthogonal frame and cradled by a network of elegantly thin string. From $6,340 (armchair), $10,530 (sofa); ddcnyc.com

The Logan collection from Arhaus draws inspiration from Mission-style furniture of the Arts and Crafts movement in the boxy frame and slatted side panels of this outdoor sofa. Materials such as woven polyester rope and the slimmed-down silhouette keep the look modern. $2,600–$5,800; arhaus.com

Yachting specialists Winch Design teamed up with Summit Furniture for Arc, a collection of seating, lounging, and dining furniture. Made of sustainable teak from Java, the pieces feature a laminated weave recalling the woven rope traditionally found on sailing yachts. $2,200–$24,300; summitfurniture.com

20TWENTY, industrial designer Richard Frinier’s latest collection for Brown Jordan, showcases tapered legs and discreetly flared back and side panels for a minimalist look with unlimited configuration possibilities, making it both reminiscent of mid-century and completely now. Price upon request; brownjordan.com

For B&B Italia’s Tramae—colorful outdoor ottomans by design studio and textile lab unPIZZO—ancient basket-weaving techniques were reengineered using high-performance fabrics. $1,320–$1,816; bebitalia.com

The success of Paola Lenti’s Telar lounge chair last year led the Italian company to extend the whimsically sophisticated, technicolor collection to include a pouf, chair, and chaise longue (shown). The structure is finished in hand-brushed proprietary lacquer. From $4,225; paolalenti.it

Inspired by rocks and sand patterns found in Japanese gardens, Hong Kong–based André Fu designed Rock Garden for JANUS et Cie, which combines teak, JANUSfiber, and textured Alabama Ceramic tabletops into serene silhouettes. $1,685–$15,271; janusetcie.com

Two rockers from family-owned, Virginia-based McKinnon and Harris sport motifs on their backs inspired alternately by Scottish oval patterns (Buie rocker) and a classic chinoiserie trellis (Otey, shown). Made of high-performance aluminum in a variety of colors. $7,670; mckinnonharris.com

London-based Michael Anastassiades reworked his popular IC and Captain Flint floor lamps for FLOS, using waterproof materials and technology to adapt them to outdoor functionality. They’re available in two sizes. From $1,495 (IC), $2,295 (Captain Flint, shown); usa.flos.com

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