Modular furniture: Cubico by Déco

Italian decking manufacturer Déco partnered with StudioPANG to create Cubico, a modular furniture system for outdoor use. Cubico offers three units that can be combined to form seating, tables, and stools. The three basic pieces of Cubico include single, double and angular units. Any of these can be positioned on any face, making the possible configurations limitless. Constructed of Burmese Teak boards and white painted aluminum, Cubico is light enough to be moved around as desired, while also resisting the harsh conditions of prolonged outdoor exposure.

Déco is an Italian company that specializes in decking. Founded in 2010, Déco uses hardwoods and composite wood resistant to weather and time in order to avoid maintenance. The company uses woods from South America and Asia (mostly Teak and Ipe) that comply with EUTR (European Union Timber Regulation).

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