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Dedon: Rocking Chairs for Outdoors

Jan 19, 2016

Mbrace Collection by German designer Sebastian Herkner brings together solid teak and Dedon’s signature fibre seating.

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Text by Heini Lehtinen

Outdoor furniture company Dedon launches a collection of outdoor chairs designed by German designer Sebastian Herkner. The Mbrace Collection consists of a lounge chair, a wing chair, a rocking chair and a footrest.

The new collection brings Dedon Fiber seating and a solid teak base together for the first time. One of the main features of the collection is the weave-like upholstery and mesh made of three different fibres, each with a specific profile and colour. Herkner developed the three colour options with Italian colour master Giulio Ridolfo.

Despite being launched at interiors trade fair IMM Cologne in the end of January 2016, the Mbrace Collection has already been awarded by the Best of Best Iconic Award 2016 in category Interior Innovation.

IMM Cologne in Cologne, Germany, from 18–24 January 2016.

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TLmagazine 24 Extended – 15 January 2015
Sebastian Herkner: A Soft Glass House for Everyone

   

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