Taking advantage of spectacular views, cozy nooks, and generous gathering spaces, Pate Landscape Architecture’s stunning Roof Deck puts a modern finishing touch to a Back Bay classic. Seating options and tables from Kettal’s elegant collection of outdoor furniture feature soft textures and neutral colors, enlivened by eye-catching accents and architectural railings created in partnership with Kulin Modern.
The project will be featured in the March issue of Rise, New England Home magazine’s March issue, under “Stylish City Living.” You can shop the look, any time, with Casa Design Living.
Rodolfo Dordoni designed the Boma collection for Kettal to answer the need for stylish, high-performance outdoor furniture. Accordingly, the structure is organized around an aluminum frame, offering light yet flexible support for the soft seats, composed of large cushions of varying widths and sizes. Both the frame and fabrics are available in a range of shades inspired by natural elements.
Simple but instantly recognizable, Roda’s collection of low tables are equally at home in the garden, the terrace, and every room of the house. Root is available in three different sizes and features a teak frame and a round top in Farsena Stone, Luna Stone, or Carrara Marble.
Kettal’s Mesh collection gives an architectural feel to the coffee table, combining strength and lightness in a perfect balance of transparent and solid volumes. The frame comes in a range of finishes, with the top available in a choice of sanded neutral colors as well as teak, manganese, and marble.
Designed for Kettal by Patricia Urquiola, Maia brings lightness and elegance to any outdoor space. The airy artisan braiding and teak legs are supported by a sturdy aluminum frame, with the seat and head cushions available in a variety of colors to match any décor.
With its spare, rationalist construction, Kettal’s Landscape table melds seamlessly with any environment, giving order, form, and structure to the outdoor space. Designed to give shelter, Landscape’s simple elegance inspires the art of dining al fresco, with an extension built into the table frame to accommodate extra guests.
Triconfort’s Basic collection is range of outdoor furniture featuring simple lines that fit comfortably into any space, balancing nature with a touch of minimalist flair.
Photography by Anthony Crisafulli and Pate LA.