An enchanting treasure chest reveals the contemporary outdoor vision conceived by Kettal, a Barcelona-based brand that has been reinterpreting outdoor furniture since 1966. In the Upper East Side in New York, inside the famous D&D design building, the company has chosen to inaugurate its new American home, which boats 600 sq m of pure refinement and a charming terrace.
This space allows you to admire all the new collections developed by Kettal, a company that has always collaborated with the most distinguished international designers: from Patricia Urquiola to Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Hella Jongerius, Jasper Morrison, Rodolfo Dordoni, Doshi Levien, Emiliana Design studio and Konstantin Grcic.
The contemporary design stars have created timeless furniture that Kettal produces in Europe, at its Bellvei (Tarragona) factory, characterized by its sophisticated style, customization, outstanding quality and pioneering creativity. Lighting design, fabrics, chairs, sofas and pavilions embody the exclusive style of a brand that has always stood out for its attention to detail and innovation, encapsulated by the Bitta collection by Dordoni, designed in 2009, which has been reinvented with new versions and finishes, and the Fila lamp range by Michel Charlot, in which a metal thread wrapped in tight fabric projects an enchanting play of light.
With their postmodern, conceptual design, the Roll tables by Patricia Urquiola are distinguished by a graphic pattern that is repeated in each piece of the collection and covers varied materials such as metal, concrete and wood. The tables are thus transformed into an original, unexpected artistic element. Kettal’s collections can also be admired in Kettal’s other residences in London, Barcelona, Madrid, Marbella, Miami and Paris.
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