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.
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