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07 april 2012

OUTDOOR FURNITURE: Sweetch 18 Red de Luxe

Suitable for outdoors or in, French Designer Benoit Lienart’s Sweetch 18 epitimizes the concept of multifunctional design and furniture’s relationship to its space. Raise the center of the table and it becomes an armchair, lower the back and it transforms into a table. Reminiscent of Gerrit Rietveld’s 1928 classic Red and Blue chair, the melamine and steel chair/table was selected for its innovative new design by the prestigious L’Observeur du Design 2011.
And here’s the functional in multifunctional: the wide arm rests are large enough to comfortably place your coffee cup or glass of wine. Set two of the chairs on a small terrace or balcony. Then transform them into a long low table for Japanese style dining. Add a few outdoor cushions and serve up some sushi al fresco.
Really got space issues? Move the Sweetch indoors as it is happy inside or out. Handmade in France, the standard model is available in several combinations of materials. Also with a large choice of colors, including violet, anthracite, taupe, blue marine, chocolate, turquoise, pistachio, and white - while the deluxe model is available in 50 colors.

Lienart is the mastermind behind Cerekapery, a Paris-based “innovation lab” whose philosophy stems from the belief that the creative process must work hand in hand with design, purpose and innovation.

Sources: Urban Gardens and Cerekapery

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