Skagerak is ready for the new season

A new generation of outdoor furniture is being debuted, ready for the coming spring

Skagerak is revealing a brand-new generation of benches, tables, chairs and stools to our outdoor collection in raw mix of hardwearing materials drawing references to both nature and industry.

In this year’s generation, Skagerak has focused on designing versatile solutions for the many types of outdoor space. The urban backyard, slim balconies, gardens, and the beach – the grey, the green and the blue.

Plank Bench
A light, airy and playful bench crafted from FSC-certified teak. From the top of the backrest runs two horizontal planks, ideal for placing a glass of wine, small flowerpots or a lantern at night. A dark blue and weatherproof cushion adds a final touch of comfort to the bench.

Also read: Skagerak's Turn collection grows bigger

Reform Bench and Table
Classical, but still its own. Metal, but still soft in its expression. Sturdy and stable, but still a lightweighter. Made from matte, powder coated aluminum, the shiny fittings on each side of Reform functions as a subtle, graphic detail. Long, thin grooves in the middle help water run through in case of rain. 

Reform Bench and Table, Teak
Light, powder coated aluminum meets untreated teak. This metal/wood version brings together industrial and natural elements in a classic design which makes both bench and table highly compatible with other outdoor furniture in various settings. The aluminum frame comes in two colours - Anthracite Black and Hunter Green.

By Your Side Table
A classy aluminum tray-table with a soft teak handle. Always by your side. The handle and legs form an open triangular which the tray is floating inside – and outside of – giving it a stable but light appearance. Thin grooves are placed in each side of the tray making it easy for water to run out, and a little edge makes sure the content stays onboard.

Lise Sunchair
This foldable sunchair is perfect for a daytrip to the beach, an open-air concert or an evening around the campfire. The frame is crafted from strong galvanized steel while the fabric is made of Skagerak’s water and dirt repellant Barriere textile. The fabric is available with or without the horizontal stripes, in dark blue or black colours.

Picnic Table and Stool
It is not without reason this table is named Picnic. By bending the legs towards the middle, you can fold down both halves of the table easily and bring it with you. The stools are stackable and the round seat is resting on four legs mirrored on each in a versatile design. Made from powder coated aluminum, the Picnic series is light but sturdy, and the Picnic table even comes with a small handle on the table top.

Mira Chair and Armchair, Slate Grey
Mira is a stackable chair with a light but strong surface made by an expanded metal mesh. Although it is no easy chair, Mira is certainly easy on the eye. Easy to stack. Easy to combine and easy to love. The new slate grey colour has a tinge of azure which is also found in the material slate, best known from roof-constructions on churches and houses.

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