Cross outdoor sofa

Die-cast aluminium base painted in white powder.
Interweaving in sand synthetic rope.
Seat and back cushions included.
Lumbar cushion not included. 163 x 79 x h. 71.

Production time 2 weeks


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Ludovica and Roberto Palomba amaze us with a realization that blends different materials and styles for an extraordinary result.

The Cross 2-seater outdoor sofa, or love seat, is part of a whole collection of garden furniture which includes: armchairs and dining tables (round, square and rectangular) and living rooms (sofas, armchairs, coffee tables, lamps, sofas love seat, benches and poufs).

The collection features an aluminium base with die-cast feet.

The sofa has a white powder-coated structure.
Back and armrests are skillfully “dressed” with a sand-coloured synthetic rope. The shape of the armrests is the hallmark of this extraordinary article.
The really comfortable seat and back cushions are removable and padded with quick-dry foam. The external coverings are made with fabrics specially designed for outdoor use, they are waterproof and sand-coloured.
The lumbar cushion visible in some photos is not included.

The size of the garden sofa is cm. 163 x 79 x h. 71.
The seat height is cm. 47.
The weight is 19 kg.

Other alternative colours are available for the structure, for the ropes and for the cushions.

A very similar collection recalls the same lines but uses the use of teak instead of aluminium.
Contact us for more details.

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Ludovica + Roberto Palomba

Ludovica + Roberto Palomba, architects and designers, founded Palomba Serafini Associati in 1994 in Milan. Their distinctive hallmark has emerged from the capacity to combine a contemporary vision of society and user needs, with an extensive knowledge of the historical and cultural roots of design, producing results that blend the past with the future. This unique and personal approach makes them particularly sensitive to issues about function and the need to create long-lasting products.