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FLAT – a collection of outdoor furniture by Mario Ruiz

FLAT - a collection of outdoor furniture by Mario Ruiz

FLAT is a collection of outdoor furniture designed by Mario Ruiz for GANDIABLASCO.

Its contemporary lines and architectural character make it a highly versatile option that can be combined together to customize both small and large scale exterior projects, from terraces and private gardens to contract applications.

FLAT - a collection of outdoor furniture by Mario Ruiz

The FLAT collection is now extended to include the chill day bed launched in 2016. A snug and comfortable bed, perfect for enjoying a moment of calm and relaxation either alone or with friends.

FLAT - a collection of outdoor furniture by Mario Ruiz

It includes a large variety of furniture elements that features; shelving, hammocks, beds, armchairs, modular sofas, poufs, rocking chairs, chairs, stools, benches and low and high side tables.

Renowned for its visual lightness, its design and comfort FLAT is also a very flexible collection when it comes to combining elements to creating a space based on its modular range of options.

FLAT - a collection of outdoor furniture by Mario Ruiz

The tubular aluminum structure provides the stability and support to the upholstered elements made from polyurethane foam and covered with a highly resistant fabric to water and the elements. The cushions and accessories underline the collection’s overall refined silhouette.

Product Details:

Model: FLAT
Designer: Mario Ruiz
Year: 2008 – Chill bed 2016
Material: Thermo-lacquered aluminum profiles
Composition: Polyurethane foam rubber
Colors: White, Sand, Bronze and Anthracite

About Mario Ruiz
From his studio in Barcelona Ruiz specialises in designing products in diverse sectors; furniture, technology, lighting, office and applied graphics. His work is founded on a solid base of multidisciplinary design that reflects the varied nature of his client list. His work has been recognised with more than 40 international awards worldwide.About GANDIABLASCO
Founded as a family business in 1941 specializing in the production of blankets. During the mid-80s they began manufacturing carpets. Since 2000 the company has focused exclusively on outdoor furniture products. Their ambitious business strategy was consolidated through rapid expansion to become a world leader in outdoor designer furniture. The company is now international, having opened shops and showrooms in a number of countries worldwide.

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