Collection 2021 – inspiring design connections

by | 18 Jan 2021 | Suppliers

New collection 2021: Nodi sofa

Celebrating the good life outside – Tribù 2021 launches.

Our new products for 2021 bring the Tribù collections even closer together. New launches and timeless additions to current pieces add inspiring ways to combine our collections. With new fabrics and accessories, the possibilities for versatile, personalised outdoor settings are endless.

Comfort was key for designer Yabu Pushelberg when creating the Nodi sofa. Nodi’s powdercoated frame and woven Canax® back-rest support deep cushions whose truly innovative filling revives its bounce after repeated compressions. The indulgent seat cushion padding offers a feather-soft feel for absolute relaxation.

Nodi’s curved profile gives it a distinctive look. As designer Glenn Pushelberg says, “The beauty of Nodi and its modularity is that there’s an arched back and a rhythm that is quite pretty over two or three-seater sofa shapes. That flexibility makes it unique and it gives a lot of variety to the way you want to use it.”

Also by Yabu Pushelberg is Dunes, an unpretentious coffee table whose design has the pure quality of sculpture. Its rounded base of solid plantation teak supports a smooth circular teak top, a touch of low-key luxury that makes an impact in any setting.

Studio Segers has added a lounger and armchair to the Senja collection. The Senja lounger shares the refined simplicity of the collection and has a voluminous cushion for deep, restful support. An optional full-length teak side table keeps everything you need close to hand.

In designer Wim Segers’ words, “The Senja collection is a search for the essence of a piece of furniture. Furniture for every day with the best quality and a serene, clean design that offers a feeling of safety and a high standard of comfort.”

The Senja armchair creates just this sensation. Its back-rest is covered with twisted Canax® rope and encircles the cushioned seat in a graceful arc.

We have extended our T-Table range with new models and finishes. In the existing three heights, there are now elegant oval and square versions. Alongside tabletops in glazed lava-stone, for 2021 we have added teak as well as five subtle shades of ceramic, which has a very slight roughness for a natural, refined and luxurious finish.

Our discreet and comfortable new products bring the Tribù collections even closer together. They also connect family and friends, creating quietly luxurious settings where we can focus on what really matters – enjoying the good life outside – together.


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