Vincent Van Duysen designed Otti for Sutherland Furniture.
Vincent Van Duysen, a Belgian architect, made a set of modular outdoor chairs for the US company Sutherland Furniture.
Otti has slim, powder-coated aluminium frames for its sectional and three-seater sofas, chaise longues, and armchairs.
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As a nod to the collection’s namesake, Bauhaus textile artist and weaver Otti Berger, the frames are wrapped in cords of woven acrylic rope.
“The rope gives the aluminium structure a modern look and a warm feel. The natural shape of the rope and the perfectly detailed and precise aluminium structure make for a beautiful contrast,” Van Duysen said.
The range, which was first introduced in 2019, has been updated to include additional modular components that allow users to rearrange the seating in a variety of configurations.
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“The collection was inspired by the typical white metal-cast ornamental chairs found on elegant terraces, in parks, and in classic French gardens along the French Riviera,” Van Duysen said.
“The end result is an elegant but timeless collection.”
The seating comes in a variety of neutral colours, ranging from noir black to bone white.
A line of outdoor coffee tables, side tables, and dining tables with tops made of lava stone from Mount Vesuvius is also part of the Otti collection.
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