Dedon additions

Dedon has introduced a series of additions

Dedon has introduced a series of additions to its existing product lines.
Dedon has introduced a series of additions to its existing product lines.

Dedon has introduced a series of additions to its existing product lines.

The company’s Panama collection has been extended with the launch of two new dining tables, a double beach chair and a baby chair. Designed by Richard Frinier, the overall collection is characterised by a series of contrasts.

A linear form is complemented by gently curving lines, while warm tones taken from nature, such as java and bronze, accentuate the clear, minimalist design.


Dedon has also extended its Seashell collection to include a stylish bar chair. The chair’s wide backrests can be adjusted to suit individual ergonomic needs. An open mesh weave underlines an impression of lightness, combining practicality with striking shapes.

Most elements of the Seashell collection are stackable and suited for large outdoor spaces, such as restaurants, pool areas and terraces.

The collection, which is designed by Jean-Marie Massaud, is characterised by open, light shapes and breezy outlines that merge seamlessly with comfort, stackability and sturdiness.

Also new are Dedon Parasols, which can be used in outdoor lounge and dining areas, on the beach, by the pool, or in the garden. A light and delicate appearance is coupled with quality and functionality.

The new parasols are available in either square or hexagonal shapes and are produced in easy-care fabric that is specifically designed for outdoor use and coated to provide UV-protection. It is also dirt, water and dust resistant.

The parasols are available in silver or white, while the highly-polished aliminium masts are available in natural wood grain or anodised aluminium finishes. The parasol anchor is made of galvanised flat steel.

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