Dezeen Showroom: outdoor furniture company Allermuir has launched Crop, a colourful collection of chairs and stools designed by Benjamin Hubert of London-based studio Layer.
The Crop range features a bar stool, lounge chair and two dining chairs, available with and without armrests.
The range is distinguished by its stackable steel rod frame, with robot-welded wires forming the seat and backrests.
Crop’s graphic lines were honed through multiple rounds of drawings and 3D models, with Hubert taking inspiration from the parallel crop fields dotted across the British countryside.
“This connection with the natural world allows the collection to sit sensitively in an outdoor context, relating each piece to its surroundings through a shared visual rhythm,” explain Allermuir.
“This relationship between the product and the great outdoors is enhanced by the dynamic interplay of light and shadow produced as the sun moves across the linear graphic structure.”
Crop seating comes with removable cushions for increased comfort and is available in six muted hues – olive, pastel green, ivory, black, blush and teal.
The range is waterproof, durable and at home in residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
Product: Crop outdoor furniture
Designer: Benjamin Hubert of Layer
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