The Gervasoni Outdoor collection is designed to give life to authentic living areas en plein air, privileged places to spend one's free time between relaxing breaks and pleasant moments in company.

The outdoors becomes an open-air “room”, capable of transformation allowing different aesthetic and functional needs to be met. A proposal that combines different materials and aesthetic languages linked by unique processing that define the outdoor space by vibrating with the nature surrounding them. The selection of natural and technical materials processed with expert manual skills and innovative technologies, essential for a range of furniture that wants to fit harmoniously into nature, is at the heart of a project that stems from a deep research activity carried out by the company, thanks also to the collaboration with numerous design signatures. The results are transversal furniture that can be perfectly matched, designed to withstand the wear and tear of time, giving rise to compositions that are new and personal each time, from the most urban and contemporary environments to the most sophisticated or immersed in nature. Thanks to Gervasoni, the outdoors becomes a theater of atmospheres and unique moments to be enjoyed together with those you love, an oasis where you can take refuge when you want to get away from the daily chaos.


Design Gabriele e Oscar Buratti

Gabriele and Oscar Buratti sign the Flair collection, an informal product in its use, soft in its curves, and at the same time controlled in its design. For the first time, Gervasoni offers a modular outdoor sofa, a system consisting of large poufs of different shapes and sizes, with traditional rectangular modules flanked by other hexagonal ones, which can be freely combined to create new compositions each time. A distinctive element of the product is a mechanism characterized by a backrest with a manually foldable double zipper, independent for each individual seat, and covered with an outdoor quilted fabric with tone-on-tone or contrasting cut-and-sew stitching detail. It is this detail that defines and enlivens the product's skyline, allowing for double heights on individual backrests.


Design Federica BIasi

Oriental and exotic inspirations give life to Hashi, a collection designed by Federica Biasi and composed of a modular sofa and rocking chair. Literally "chopsticks" in Japanese, Hashi starts precisely from a system with a minimal and rigid structure reminiscent of the oriental instrument from which it takes its name, to give life to products characterized by encounters of different styles, flavours and cultures, in a dynamic dialogue between two worlds. The uniqueness of Hashi lies in the use of Accardi's Jacquard Outdoor technical fabric that wraps and wraps the iroko wood elements. A sustainable, lightweight and waterproof fabric carefully crafted by artisan weavers, Accardi's Outdoor fabric creates a textured pattern that harks back once again to Japonism and the local craft tradition.

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Design Chiara Andreatti

Chiara Andreatti designs the GUNA outdoor furniture collection consisting of carpets, charpoys, cushions and coffee tables with a strong multi-ethnic inspiration. Guna is a Sanskrit term meaning "energy that envelops all things", from the Indo-European root gere, "envelopment", used to denote a single string used to make a woven rope. A name that conveys the profound meaning of the collection: a weave of yarns, stitches and textures, as well as inspirations, relationships and cultures. The Guna rug is made with the refined artisan knitwear technique, transported into the perfection and seriality of industrial looms, joins the designer's reinterpretation of the traditional Indian charpoy, a low and wide bed defined by the use of hand-woven nautical ropes. The space is completed by Guna low tables, with a round top and sculptural base in Millgres in red, white and blue.


Design Elena Sanguankeo

Vibrations, sounds and colours, elements laden with suggestions that distinguish the natural environment all inspired the Italo-Thailandese designer Elena Sanguankeo in the creation of her outdoor rug collection ECO. Rugs were initially designed and made on a manual shuttle loom before being developed on a radically re-adapted industrial loom to create patterns with an artisan look. Elena Sanguankeo transfers all her experience in the world of haute couture to the Eco collection, weaving different yarns, colours and stitches, giving rise to three versionsThe synthesis of tradition and innovation is also palpable in the choice of materials: jute and propylene are both suitable for outdoor use and are water resistant.


Design Paola Navone

The charm of the exotic mood inspires the JEKO collection, designed by Paola Navone. All the products from the Jeko collection have a frame made in ECOTeak, a material that comes from reused beams and elements in teak recovered from the demolition, approved by the local authorities, of traditional homes made of wood on the island of Java, in Indonesia. The recovered elements are cut to size, repaired with recycled wood, assembled and sanded to highlight the original veining. Lastly, they are polished by hand with hemp cloths and wood shavings. A vast collection that includes different types of furniture: loungers, canopies, sofas, tables, chairs and armchairs, all characterized by essential and clean lines, where the natural beauty of the recovered wood is enhanced and not concealed, since it is the key strength of the entire collection.