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Outdoor furniture by Oasiq

by Leona Liu on Oct 8, 2015 in Products
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Inspired by nature,  Oasiq outdoor furniture from New York showcases style under the sun

Oasiq Coco Armchair_H

Coco Collection

Designed by Mark Gabbertas, the Coco collection brings a sophisticated sense of leisure to outdoor spaces. The funky flair is defined by its original blend of materials: steel frame and aluminium seat panels are powder coated in the same colour to form a striking ensemble, while elegant teak legs heighten the contrast.

Oasiq Sandur Club Chair

Sandur Collection

Also by Mark Gabbertas, Sandur's distinctive patterns accentuate the breezy character of this model. A tubular stainless steel frame supports a strong and weatherproof rope weave. The rope is handwoven on to the frame by skilful artisans.

Oasiq Yland Modular Sofas

Yland Collection

Hugo de Ruiter excels at stylish designs that intelligently bridge the gap between indoor and outdoor living. Using a lightweight aluminium and open-weave frame, he has maximised the modular flexibility of Yland for multiple uses.

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