Dezeen Showroom: British furniture brand Coco Wolf has released an outdoor furniture collection designed by its co-founder and creative director Rebecca Lorimer and informed by Costa Rica’s tropical setting.
The Tamarindo collection is made up of sofas, swivel chairs, footstools and drum chairs and is named after a beach town on the north Pacific coast.
The outdoor furniture characteristics incorporate bold lines and sweeping curves that are said to mimic forms found in nature.
Tamarindo is an outdoor furniture collection by Coco Wolf
“The Tamarindo collection draws inspiration from Costa Rica’s tropical wonderland of jaw-dropping natural scenery, where nature cradles the soul, inspires new adventures and brings people together outside,” said Coco Wolf creative director Rebecca Lorimer.
“With organic curved edges that reflect the natural world these designs add softness onto outdoor areas and create a calming sanctuary – a stylish yet relaxing space where you can unwind.”
The collection was informed by nature
Each of the pieces is upholstered in recycled fabrics and includes wooden structural elements, constructed using wood with an FSC certification.
The line was created for use within residential as well as commercial settings. Modular sofas allow the furniture to be extended upon to better suit its environment, while bespoke pieces can be custom ordered to similarly add a unique touch.
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