Basket Armchair

Basket Armchair

GUBI revisits Italian designer Joe Colombo’s indoor-outdoor Basket Collection, presenting modernist furniture crafted from rattan. Offering a generous three-seater sofa alongside a two-seater option and lounge chair, the Basket collection pays homage to the honoured weaving technique used in rattan basketry.

Dimensions: 91cm W x 68cm H x 43cm SH

Materials: Woven Rattan with Upholstered Foam Seat and Cushion.
Available in a range of fabric options. Please see downloads for tear-sheet.
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Joe Colombo’s design approach was always future-facing, opting to focus on lasting innovation rather than fleeting trends. His style was typically shaped by material experimentation and a pronounced emphasis on functionality. Colombo envisaged furniture that could stand independent of the architecture that surrounded it – chameleonic pieces that could adapt to suit any space, at any time.  Shop Designer >
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