Minimalist outdoor sofa with straps by Kathi Hermann and Denise Hachinger

An outdoor sofa, as opposed to one designed for indoor use, has to have some significant changes in their design. It needs to be crafted using waterproof materials, to be durable and resistant and, of course, to be comfortable. This one meets all those criteria and also has something else that makes it unique.This outdoor sofa has a very interesting deign. Even though very simple, the sofa stands out. It’s because of the system designed to provide it with stability.

The seat and the back of the sofa are held in place with straps. It’s an unusual detail and it also makes the sofa have a sporty look, quite suitable for outdoor spaces. This piece was designed by Kathi Hermann and Denise Hachinger and it has a very chic and appealing look. It’s something that would easily adapt to most outdoor spaces, including terraces, gardens and decks.

The sofa was also crafted with waterproof materials for the seat and back, a must-have for any outdoor piece of furniture. The material is quilted with a diamond pattern that, along with the texture of the material and the bold inserts of color in the form of straps, creates a very well balanced and chic look. It’s a high-quality product that can also be easily transported thanks to its flexible and adaptable design.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on August 14th, 2012


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