Providing support: Kettal Mesh deck chair by Patricia Urquiola

The expanded metal used for the sofa backrests and tables lends lightness while providing support for the cushions.

The Kettal Mesh collection by Patricia Urquiola now includes a teak deck chair with adjustable backrest.

Kettal Mesh combines natural and industrial materials, hard and soft surfaces, and transparent and opaque volumes to create a family of outdoor furniture based on contrasts. The expanded metal used for the sofa backrests and tables lends lightness while providing support for the cushions and wooden, aluminum and marble table tops.

The cushion fabrics are from the Terrain outdoor fabrics collection by Doshi Levien, and the decorative cushions from the Geometrics range.

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