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Dedon releases 2016 collection

by Sophie Cullen on Feb 1, 2016 in Products
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Featuring designs by an array of international talents, Dedon has launched their 2016 collection of outdoor furniture

Incorporating their signature Dedon Fiber, the new collection includes a large selection of offerings to suit any outdoor area. Conceived by Sebastian Herkner of Germany, MBRACE is a range that melds teak with the fiber for the very first time. The collection of chairs features a wingback, a lounger, a rocker and an optional footstool and are available in three, unique colourways: Spice, Pepper and Atlantic.

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Designed by Toan Nguyen, the LOU lounge system is a modular collection that can be configured for any outdoor setting, no matter how large. A curved module – the first for the company – allows for bent, snaking or circular arrangements.

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TIGMI is one of Dedon’s signature pieces  of furniture. Created by Jean-Marie Massaud, it merges the idea of sofa and shelter together and features a wide daybed-like base and optional woven roof. A remarkably unified piece of microarchitecture, it offers the sense of being indoors and outdoors at once, recalling the relaxing atmosphere of a shaded bower.

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