The art of high dining might have cosmopolitan connotations, but the architectural interplay between tall bar furniture and low lounge chairs can add an extra dimension in a more rural setting too. With this thought in mind, we have launched a range of high dining tables as part of the Minus and Torsa collections. These work perfectly in combination with the new bar chairs and bar stools in the Radius and Solid collections.
Good outdoor-living design creates an instant holiday feeling. Friends meeting after a long separation to enjoy a summery aperitif together at an outdoor bar. Relatives reuniting as they gather around a beautifully set table for a Sunday brunch. Families turning holidays at home into an art form, sharing stories on balmy summer evenings that feel like they’ll last forever. Staycation might be a buzzword right now, but it’s been around for a long time at Manutti.
Combine with the Radius collection to highlight a neomodern feel. The rope structure of the wrap-around back and armrests offers a choice between two new bar stools in no fewer than three possible finishes.
The wooden frame of the Torsa table collection comes in a choice of natural teak on the one hand and brushed teak nero on the other.
The same goes for the two bar chairs and the wooden stool in the Solid collection, which means that these products will work perfectly together.
Manutti’s different mood lines were taken into account during the design process for the new products too, in order to create space for personalisation. The high dining tables with legs in natural teak from the Torsa collection look great combined with tabletops like Emperador and Fossil, allowing them to fit seamlessly into the Tender Earth colour palette. The matching bar stools in natural teak work brilliantly with decorative cushions in terracotta or vanilla tones. The colour Flint, which has been available within the range for some time, has now been used for the first time on the powder-coated steel frames of the Radius collection. The colour flint works well with rope in the colour pepper and decorative cushions from the Salty Dunes mood, forming a harmonious whole. Fans of the more contrasting mood lines, such as Tropical Concrete and Crisp Water, can opt instead for a lava-coloured frame, perhaps combined with rope seats in silver or bronze.