Patricia Urquiola Launches Trampoline, a Playful Collection for Cassina

Trampoline. Photography courtesy of Cassina.

While traveling in Greenland, Patricia Urquiola noticed the proliferation of small trampolines outside houses. The discovery tickled the Interior Design Hall of Fame member’s playful side, giving rise to Trampoline, a round alfresco daybed inaugurating the first comprehensive outdoor furniture range by Cassina. The powder-coated stainless-steel frame with optional sunshade support is handwoven with chunky polypropylene rope details, while the 79-inch-diameter polyurethane foam seat is topped with a welcoming assortment of cushions, all upholstered in water-repellent fabric. Concurrent with the launch, Urquiola unveiled an outdoor version of Bowy, her nesting coffee table, with powder-coated aluminum bases and recycled fiberglass–composite tops, 28 and 36 inches in diameter.

Trampoline. Photography courtesy of Cassina.

Bowy. Photography courtesy of Cassina.

Up next: Four Outdoor Furnishings by Top Designers, Including Piet Boon and Yabu Pushelberg

> See more from the March 2020 issue of Interior Design

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