The woven games of Gandiablasco

Standing out for comfort and functional quality, Bosc, Onde and Solanas are among the new offerings of Gandiablasco that focus on a refined image, marked by the particular woven patterns of their structures

Onde by Luca Nichetto, Gandia Blasco
Onde by Luca Nichetto, Gandia Blasco

Created as furnishings in screen or in wicker, with waves that form the silhouette or characteristic micro-perforated sheet metal, Bosc by MADE Studio, Onde designed by Luca Nichetto and Solanas by Daniel Germani for Gandiablasco are collections that share a particular focus on the details of woven patterns.

Borja García and Laura Ros of Made Studio pay homage to the essence of the Balearic Islands with the Bosc system of seats and sofas, suitable for residential and contract spaces. The aluminium structure seems almost like Vienna straw, and makes direct reference to woven patterns of botanical fibers.

The proposal by Luca Nichetto, Onde challenges indoor-outdoor boundaries with a complete collection of 14 pieces, including armchairs, sofas for two or three seats with four different types of modules, plus a pouf and five different tables, whose tops are in Dekton® by Cosentino. The elegant structure is in corrugated aluminium, while the intriguing modular construction makes it possible to respond to the needs of any user.

Daniel Germani expands the Solanas collection with a table (round or square, with rounded borders) and a chair, all made with aluminium sections and the special material for outdoor use, Dekton® by Cosentino. The chair in micro-perforated sheet metal has cushions in expanded polyurethane, covered with water-repellent fabric. The aluminium structures come in a wide range of colors – from white to black, including gold and the new quartz gray or bottle green – to adapt to all kinds of tastes.