Design potential: Meteo by Konstantin Grcic

Kettal collaborated with Konstantin Grcic to develop Meteo, which reportedly expands the design potential of parasols.

Meteo comes in two versions—a basic model that uses a manual pulley system, and a high-end model with an integrated gas piston to assist the opening and closing of the parasol. Kettal’s own range of sunshade materials is used in combination with the brand’s standard color palette.

The parasols can be fitted with two alternative types of base plate: in sheet metal or cast iron.   

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