A recap of Tribu’s products launched in 2019

by | Aug 14, 2019 | Suppliers

Endless Possibilites with the Modular Senja Sofa

Curl up and relax on the versatile Senja modular sofa. Combine a one-, two- or three-seater module with high or low arm and back rests and keep everything you need to hand with an integrated table, console or side table topped with teak or glazed lava stone. Customers can configure the seating to suit their space, mixing single and multiple modules to create corner or linear seating arrangements. Senja’s powder-coated aluminium frame comes in linen and wengé, with matching legs or with teak legs. Senja is available with regular seat cushions or an ultra-deep variant to curl up on. The Nordic-style piped cushions benefit from water-repellent filling and come in a choice of 112 water-resistant fabrics. The combination of a wide range of colour fabrics, 2 frame finishes, 3 leg options, 97 seating modules, 3 table modules and 3 table tops allows you to create the sofa you want tailored to your personal style.

Designer: Studio Segers

Frame: powdercoated aluminium
Legs: powdercoated aluminium or plantation teak
Table tops: glazed lavastone or plantation teak

Frame and legs: linen and wengé
Legs: teak, linen and wengé
Table tops: teak, linen and ocean

Tao Tables – Fine design on a Pedestal

The elegant TAO table collection is a lesson in perfectly balanced contrasts – bold sculptural pedestals are counterbalanced by slim table tops that are pleasing to the touch. Italian designer Monica Armani has used refined concrete to give a look of elegant solidity to this dining and coffee table. The dining table has a central pedestal, which supports a finely milled round table top. The coffee table plays tricks with symmetry by setting the finely milled square table top off centre. The TAO tables come in warm, natural linen and wengé tones to create striking centrepieces for any setting.

Material: lightened concrete treated with a colourless conditioner that minimises moisture and stain absorption,
ensuring quick drying after a rainy period

Colours: linen and wengé


  • Dining table : Ø 160cm H74cm
  • Coffee table: 80x80cm H36cm

Monsieur Tricot Lamps: Shining a Light on Artisan knitting

Monsieur Tricot joins the Tribù design family with its collection of distinctive knitted and crocheted outdoor lighting. The hanging and standing lamps, designed by Belgian designer Ilia Eckardt, merge traditional techniques with high-performance materials and modern technology. Ilia Eckardt grew up immersed in the Belgian fashion scene, his mother Hilde Frunt working for Belgian fashion designers like Raf Simons, Dries Van Noten, Ann Demeulemeester and Walter Van Beirendonck. Fascinated by their world, Ilia worked on several knitting projects, experimenting with innovative knitting techniques and materials. The Monsieur Tricot lighting collection is the first knitted/crocheted weatherproof lighting. The globe and drop lights give a warm glow and cast beautiful shadows. Different shapes, dimensions, patterns and colours are the perfect compliment to Tribù’s furniture. Tribù’s R&D department has made the lamps ready for the modern technology era. Thanks to auser friendly app, the battery functioning standing lamps can easily be operated, grouping lamps and adding
timer functions.

Designer: Ilia Eckardt

Material: bols in PMMA thermoplastic with a crocheted or knitted polypropylene cover. Dimmable LED lights.
The free-standing lamps work on batteries and can be operated with the Casambi app.

Colours: white, linen, brick, moss and wengé

Shapes & patterns: 3 differents shapes and 2 different patterns


Standing & Hanging Monsieur Lebonnet: Ø 30cm

Standing & Hanging Madame Latoque: Ø 30cm

Standing & Hanging Madame Cachet:Ø 30cm; Ø 40cm; Ø 50cm

Hanging Monsieur Ellipse: Ø 40cm

Nomand Easy Chair: Embrace Comfort

The deep cushion of the Nomad easy chair is stitched to cocoon the body, folding over the armrests and moulding into the broad curve of the backrest. Designer Monica Armani used what she calls ‘noble teak wood’ for its warmth, smoothness and strength. Slender legs and contoured armrests give the chair its elegant profile and the smartly stitched cushion is as luxurious as it is comfortable. Nomad, like its name, works well wherever it is placed, in combination or as a stand-alone piece.

Designer: Monica Armani

Materials: plantation teak

W 74cm x D 69cm x H 70 cm

Nodi Lounger – An extention of the Nodi Collection

Light and airy, the silhouette of the Nodi lounger is characterized by twisted-interlaced rope in weather-resistant Canax®, stretched across a precise geometric wireframe. Pared back, refined proportions and a minimalist approach to materiality lend a casual lightness. The beautifully aligned armrests add extra comfort. The lounger joins the Nodi collection which was designed by Canadian design firm Yabu Pushelberg and successfully introduced in 2018.

Designer: Yabu Pushelberg

Frame: powdercoated aluminium
Weave: Canax

White frame with off-white/ linen weave
Wengé frame with linen weave

74 x 195 H32cm

Natal Alu X Coffe Tables – Slimline Form meets Multi-Function

The new Natal Alu X-tables in matt powder-coated aluminium combine functionality and subtle contemporary design. The fine lines of the cross-frame base and angled corner joints are eye-catching touches typical of Tribù’s attention to detail. These multi-purpose tables are available in white and wengé finishes. You can choose from different heights and sizes, meaning the Natal Alu X-tables will complement any outdoor setting.

Designer: Tribù studio

Materials: powdercoated aluminium

Colours: white and wengé


Ø 35cm H45cm
W 35cm D 35cm H45cm
W 40cm D 40cm H35cm
W 60cm D 60cm H35cm


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