Introducing Tribù at Casa Design: The Art of Outdoor Leisure
Third-generation, family-owned Belgian design house Tribù began with founder Henri de Cock’s garden furniture import company. Working with designer Wim Segers, Henri’s son Lode launched the company’s first collection, Praslin, which set the tone for the brand: discreetly luxurious, contemporary, and durable. An instant success, Tribù became the first outdoor furniture company to exhibit at the prestigious Salone del Mobile in Milan. Working with acclaimed designers and using innovative materials, Tribù’s award-winning and sustainable collections for pool, terrace and garden can be found in the most discriminating resorts and residences in more than 70 countries around the world.
Natural, soft to touch, and extremely durable, teak is designer Piergiorgio Cazzaniga’s favorite outdoor material. Wanting to create an outdoor place where people could communicate with each other in total comfort, his modular dining table features square slats that can be extended infinitely, with different widths and lengths to accommodate gatherings of all sizes.
A study in perfectly balanced contrasts and elegant solidity, Tao tables feature bold sculptural pedestals combined with slim tabletops of refined, lightened concrete that are elegant to look at and pleasing to the touch. Designer Monica Armani’s dining table features a central pedestal, which supports a finely milled round tabletop which is available in two sizes.
Inspired by the branches of a tree, designer Lievore Altherr Molina’s Branch offers extraordinary comfort, thanks to the anatomic resilience of the back. Available with armrests or without, and stackable for easy storage, it’s also easy to clean, weather-resistant, and 100% recyclable. The aluminum die-cast frame is powder coated with a double layer for a superior scratch and UV-resistance, with the seat and back made of polypropylene reinforced with fiberglass.
Designed by Studio Segers, Senja’s tightly-stretched weaving, in hemp-based Canax®, perfectly blends form and function, beauty and comfort. The gentle angle of the backrest supports and molds to the spine, with added depth and softness from the cushions. Available in warm teak or sleek, powder-coated aluminum, Senja blends elegantly with any outdoor setting or style.
Nodi, by Yabu Pushelberg, is characterized by a light and airy silhouette which features twisted-interlaced rope stretched across a precise geometric wireframe. With refined proportions and a minimalist sensibility, the open weave in Canax®, a combination of PVC and natural hemp, provides shape and structure to the seat and back. Strong and durable, the rope work is also gently forgiving, adding to the ease and comfort of each chair.
With its refined proportions and elegant materials, T-Table, by Tribù studio, inspires daydreams of la dolce vita. The glazed top, made of 400-year-old lava stone from the Vesuvius, mirrors the sky and is reminiscent of rippling water, with colored glazing added by hand. Baking at a high temperature creates a subtle craquelure finish, giving each table a unique look and making the stone easy to maintain as well as heat, water, UV, and stain-resistant. Available in different sizes and colors, T-Table is an elegant addition to any lounge set.
Warm, inviting, and stylish, Tosca owes its feminine touch to designer Monica Armani’s rounded forms, tapered legs, and elegant seating shell in powder-coated stainless steel upholstered with extra-wide braiding. The innovative braiding is made of foam mousse encased in a seamless sheath of knitted textilene and polyolefine, making it weather-resistant as well as wonderfully soft to the touch.
The ultimate in elegant comfort, Studio Segers’ Senja lounger features voluminous cushions designed to ease away any stress. The extra-soft, weather-proof cushion filling and smooth Batyline covers make the Senja lounger as durable as it is indulgently relaxing. The lounger is available in powder-coated aluminum or teak, with an optional full-length teak side table.