Kettal at Salone del Mobile Milano 2014

Kettal never disappoints when it comes to new designs and innovation in outdoor furniture. An exclusive peak at what they will be bringing to Salone del Mobile Milano this year.
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NEW COLORS KETTAL BITTA BY RODOLFO DORDONI - Kettal extends the colour palette with new cord colours, Kaki, Marengo and Grey,  for Kettal Bitta by Rodolfo Dordoni.  Kettal Bitta is a warm, comfortable collection which features a combination of  aluminium frames with hand-braided nautical cord, which makes the pieces look  lightweight yet cosy, teak and aluminium legs, and stone and wooden table tops. www.marlanteak.com

KETTAL - New colors Kettal Bitta, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni

KETTAL MAIA ROPE BY PATRICIA URQUIOLA - The new Kettal Maia Rope collection designed by Patricia Urquiola, an  evolution of the classic Kettal Maia, adds a light design and natural elegance. It is  hand-braided with nautical rope and the legs are teak, a combination that  transmits energy and warmth. www.marlanteak.com

High-back rope garden armchair Garden armchair Maia Rope Collection by KETTAL

KETTAL MESH BY PATRICIA URQUIOLA - Kettal Mesh collection recalls architectural facades, which filter the surrounding environment without stopping the light and air flow. Industrial and natural materials, hard and soft surfaces, transparent and solid volumes are put face to face in order to create this family of outdoor furniture. www.marlanteak.com

patricia urquiola creates contrasts with mesh outdoor furniture for kettal - designboom industrial

KETTAL MESH BY PATRICIA URQUIOLA - Kettal Mesh collection recalls architectural facades, which filter the surrounding environment without stopping the light and air flow. Industrial and natural materials, hard and soft surfaces, transparent and solid volumes are put face to face in order to create this family of outdoor furniture. www.marlanteak.com

KETTAL MESH BY PATRICIA URQUIOLA - Kettal Mesh collection recalls architectural facades, which filter the surrounding environment without stopping the light and air flow. Industrial and natural materials, hard and soft surfaces, transparent and solid volumes are put face to face in order to create this family of outdoor furniture. www.marlanteak.com


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