Edra’s outdoor furniture is an ode to the sea
Designed by long-phrase collaborator Jacopo Foggini, the ‘A’mare’ selection of outside furnishings mimics shiny water
Paying out tribute to the sea, Jacopo Foggini made the ‘A’mare’ collection for Italian home furniture model Edra. Composed of handcrafted pure polycarbonate sticks, the assortment contains outdoor chairs, armchairs, a bench, a sunlight lounger, a coffee table and tables in a unique translucent blue shade.
The identify ‘A’mare’ performs on the Italian words for sea (mare) and to adore (amare), the thought for the selection staying that the objects look as if made from shiny, solidified drinking water, casting charming reflections on its environment. If immersed in h2o, the items will give the illusion of disappearing.
Sunlight lounger from the ‘A’mare’ selection by Jacopo Foggini
Regardless of its marine visual appeal, the home furnishings is imagined for a wide range of options, from urban gardens to poolside, from balconies overlooking the mountains to countryside patios. Seemingly fragile, the furniture’s development in truth would make it exceptionally durable, elastic and resistant. Its necessary structure is outlined by the arrangement of polycarbonate sticks.
The pure aesthetic of the collection perfectly embodies Edra’s stylistic values: timeless magnificence, content exploration and severe good quality of craftsmanship. The company’s collections are designed as landscapes of objects whose impressive scale and varieties are unique in the layout panorama.
Armchairs and espresso table from the ‘A’mare’ selection by Jacopo Foggini
Foggini has been portion of this journey given that 2009, when he started off developing exceptional items with Edra that blend colour and light-weight, produced of methacrylate filaments, a strategy he has been experimenting with because the 1990s. The collaboration brings an creative method to household furniture style.
Throughout their partnership, the brand name and the designer have produced luminous parts which includes chairs designed of intricate methacrylate string compositions, or developed like shells, vibrant and translucent. Foggini has also experimented with glass, as a result of a collection of tables whose jagged edges reproduced the types of Aegean islands. §