B&B Italia Butterfly outdoor

Butterfly outdoor

The Butterfly collection from B&B Italia is designed by Patricia Urquiola. Butterfly gets its name from the "butterfly" shape created by the outer corner that joins the armrest and the backrest. A very comfortable outdoor collection that brings out the distinctive B&B Italia style.

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Butterfly outdoor

The Butterfly collection from B&B Italia is designed by Patricia Urquiola. Butterfly gets its name from the "butterfly" shape created by the outer corner that joins the armrest and the backrest. It is a modular seating system that responds effectively to the needs of modularity and comfort, suitable for free and informal usage. The combination of these elements, using a simple joint system, makes it possible to freely set up versatile configurations, from in-line sofas to corner solutions, from front facing to lounge layouts. Completely upholstered, it leverages the company's production technology, with materials and solutions designed for outdoor use, in order to take outdoors the quality and comfort that has always characterized indoor seating. The system includes a family of complements, seamlessly integrated with the seats, making it possible to design many compositions suitable for different space customization requirements. Protective covers are available on request. A very comfortable outdoor collection that brings out the distinctive B&B Italia style.

 

 

 

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Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola is one of the most famous female designers of our time. Her designs are functional, playful, sensual and almost always inspired by everyday life. Patricia Urquiola studied architecture at the Polytechnic Institute in Madrid and later in Milan, where she graduated in 1989. Achille Castiglioni, her mentor at the Politecnico di Milano, taught her passion for design. Her playful but homely designs are also included in the collections of B&B Italia, Agape, Kettal, Flos, Foscarini, Kartell, Molteni and Alessi, among others.

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