The Mesh family for Kettal by Interior Design Hall of Fame member Patricia Urquiola has grown to include two new pieces: a daybed and a chaise lounge. Their expanded aluminum mesh backs, available in 30 powder-coated colors, sit on a teak base, yielding a mix of “transparent and opaque volumes, natural and industrial materials, and hard and soft surfaces,” Urquiola says. Upholstery offered in Doshi Levien’s Terrain line of solution-dyed acrylic is supplemented with decorative pillows from the firm’s Geometric family.
Patricia Urquiola Adds to Her Mesh Collection for Kettal
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