Vondom is a leader company of avant-garde outdoor furniture, pots, planters, lamps, and rugs for modern indoor and outdoor commercial spaces. Today, My Design Agenda decided to show you Vondom‘s best outdoor collections to inspire you this summer!
The Pixel Sofa is composed of three independent modules that allow you to create countless shapes; from linear sofasor chaise longues to corners or even a bed.
A collection fashioned as the new norm with an inherent universal and logical appeal. A functional seating collection that strikes a perfect balance between design, technology, and ergonomics based on basic cube, prism, and spherical shapes. The Ulm collection seeks unity within its designand that of other products, combining amongst diverse elements that form a complete ensemble.
The sofa, like the chairs, daybed, coffee table, and ottoman embody rigid and resilient structures for rest and support that provide total comfort. Much like the name Ulm, its soft forms are a tribute to the formal approach of the Ulm School. The ability to illuminate each piece can envelop any space in color, providing innovative technology that makes it unique.
Now, this collection is made up of the chair and the armchair. The Voxel Chair is the perfect conceptual architectural piece for any space. Based on the Vertex Chair, a former piece by Vondom. It presents a unique structural shape, angular and faceted, only possible due to production by injection molding.
Its weight is distributed in a balanced way due to its smartly designed shape. Its lightweight body makes it easy to transport and arrange. The armchair is a minimal simple yet voluminous stackable chair that is faceted just in the perfect places for comfort, just in the right angles for hyper-strength, imbuing the correct creases for beauty, and just the few merging and converging lines for purity.
This extensive outdoor furniture and plant pot collection aim to offer comfort and the quality of interior furniture without losing its original qualities. VELAis a modulate system with an elementary prismatic geometry that bases its singularity in the balance of its proportions.
The elements can combine among themselves to integrate into any space. Their precise volumes create the illusion of hovering some centimeters off the floor, and when they are illuminated they are transformed into floating architectures.
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