8 Outdoor Designs On Our Radar

The latest offerings in outdoor design are here.

Designer: Carlos Madrid III for Neri

Product: Nebula

Standout: An outdoor lighting system by the SOM associate director includes full-height, bollard, and path light options in the brand’s proprietary Neri gray, pure white, jet black, moss green, or aluminum finishes. 

Designer: Richard Frinier for Pavilion

Product: Marina

Standout: Flexible, supportive Sunbrella straps applied to a powder-coated aluminum frame give the lounge chair’s seat loft, while comfy yacht-cord-wrapped armrests nod to nautical Miami. 

Designer: Daniel Germani of Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens

Product: Elements

Standout: The architect and creative director’s modular, furniture-inspired stainless-steel outdoor kitchen comes
in a colorful array of durable powder-coats, adding a welcome dose of color. 

Designer: Tom Faulkner of Tom Faulkner

Product: Lily

Standout: A frog’s perch inspired this sweet garden table, its delicate silhouette crafted in tough-enough stainless steel and with top powder-coated one of nine available spunky hues. 

Designers: Francesc Crous and Alessandro Calogero for El Torrent

Product: Cuca

Standout: A glowy collection of LED lighting by Barcelona’s Crous Calogero Design is constructed of outdoor-ready metal painted go-with-anything gray and braided with a UV-treated flexed textile.

Designer: Rodolfo Dordoni for Minotti

Product: Block

Standout: The Italian designer nods to Brutalist architecture via side and coffee tables with either a T- or L-shape teak profile and top of HPL or Pietra del Cardoso stone. 

Designer: Paola Navone for RH

Product: Torino

Standout: Grand-scale modular sectional seating by the Interior Design Hall of Famer has low-profile yet extra-deep seat cushions finished with flanged edges; plus, the solid-beech plinth base boasts sturdy corner-block joinery. 

Designers: Molly Purnell and Rachel Bullock of Laun

Product: Ribbon

Standout: The colorful L.A.-made seat—shown here in Millennial-friendly blush—is crafted of powder-coated bent aluminum tubes, a modular material that lends itself to custom widths.

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