Downtown Design’s Digital Fair spotlighted the latest alfresco collections from brands that have mastered the great outdoors.

Presenting the latest collections for stylish outdoor living, Downtown Design’s selection of internationally acclaimed outdoor furniture brands combines inspiration from nature and artful design with material innovation to offer refined solutions for private and contract clients.


Ethimo unveiled 2021 preview collections including the Hut, the New Lounge Bed designed by Marco Lavit. Alongside the Kilt Chairs in two new colors, designed by Marcello Zilliani. Lastly, they also presented a lounge collection, Venexia, designed by Luca Nichetto.


Alongside their new hanging lounger, Kida, Dedon debuted four new updates: the MBRACE Collection by Sebastian Herkner, TIBBO Collection by Edward Barber & JayOsgerby, PORCINI Collection by Lorenza Bozzol and SEALINE Collection by Jean-Marie Massaud.


Kettal presented the Bela Lamps designed by Doshi Levien and the teak armchair, Band, by Patricia Urquiola. The showcase was complemented with the Meteo sunbrella designed by Konstantin Grcic, the Molo lounger by Rodolfo Dordoni and the VDL Pavilion by Dion and Richard Neutra. 


Tidelli produces iconic and durable outdoor designs, handmade in Brazil using nautical rope and other high quality materials. Their contemporary pieces are comfortable and handcrafted, and heavily utilize nautical rope as a focal design element- which was showcased at the Downtown Design 2020 Digital Fair.


Designed by La Mamba Studio, Bivaq’s new Teja collection is composed by chair, armchair, sofas and low tables. The collection is the result of observing different textures that can be found in the Mediterranean landscape, such as the overlapping planes on the coast’s roofs, but also on the small porch areas that characterize Mediterranean terraces.


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