We invite you to visit our Cassina Los Angeles showroom to see the new outdoor collection The Cassina Perspective Goes Outdoor currently on display.
Confirming its exclusive ability to completely furnish living and dining rooms, the company has now expanded the horizons of its philosophy to the external spaces of the home with The Cassina Perspective Goes Outdoor: a concept, an informed and futuristic notion, a broad and detailed horizon of configurations in which the most innovative products are combined with the icons of Modern design to create authentic, welcoming and personal atmospheres.
Inspired by the spirit of 1950s seaside resorts, Sail Out is an outdoor modular sofa that recalls the soft forms of fabric blow-up beds thanks to the single bands with removable padding inserted in individually stitched pockets. It boasts sartorial details, like the trim in grey gros-grain or the same fabric as the sofa, and extreme comfort thanks to the use of SoloSoff® padding, a blown polyester fibre and memory foam-based product. Versatile and functional, with a metal frame, Sail Out offers an infinite variety of combinations thanks to the 3 seat modules available – with 5, 6 or 7 bands – and the three additional elements: the teak side table and the armrest/backrest, available in two heights, are interchangeable thanks to a joint mechanism on the teak panels of the frame that is reminiscent of car headrests. The sofa is enriched with a round pouf, in two sizes, consisting of segments that converge towards a little hidden hole designed to drain off water. A weighted cushion on the pouf can be used as an armrest or to support a tray. A low side table completes the collection.
The low side table of the Sail Out collection designed by Rodolfo Dordoni is available with a top in yellow/white or green/white terrazzo or in cement and is supported by solid teak feet. The family is completed by a modular sofa with three modules and three elements, and a pouf in two different sizes.
The Doron Hotel armchair was designed in 1947 by Charlotte Perriand, a real mountain lover, for the winter sports resort of Méribel Les Allues and for Hôtel Doron, one of the first chalet-hotels, in the same location. The French designer always had a special and profound relationship with nature; in fact, she was one of the first to explore the relationship between man and his surrounding environment, seeking natural materials to use in her projects. Comfortable, textural and pleasant to the touch, the Doron Hotel armchair, already available for interiors, now comes in a solid teak outdoor version with soft and simple lines. The seat is padded with polyurethane foam covered with waterproof cloth. It can be paired with Charlotte Perriand’s Table à Plateau Interchangeable.
The family of Dine Out tables stands out for its sophistication. The base of the round table consists of a single conical shape available in cement, with the top in cement or solid teak boards that converge towards the centre, or in yellow/white or green/white terrazzo with the top in the same material or in contrasting teak. Two conical elements – in yellow/white or green/white terrazzo or cement – characterise the oblong version of the table which comes with a top exclusively in solid teak, in two sizes. A chair completes the collection.
Cassina presents its first collection of lamps designed to enhance and complete its outdoor living and dining environments. Dialoguing harmoniously with the context and the new products designed by Philippe Starck, Rodolfo Dordoni and Patricia Urquiola, as well as with the new outdoor versions of iconic Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand masterpieces, three models from the indoor collection are reinterpreted to create simple and versatile solutions for furnishing open air spaces. Combining the Venetian blown glass tradition and the most advanced technology in the area of new light sources and the most resistant materials, the lamps, both floor and pendant, are the synthesis of painstaking research into pure and ancestral forms, which blend together in a post-modern style transported into the present.
Patricia Urquiola interprets the happiness of outdoor life with a high-impact product inspired by the little trampolines found in the gardens of homes in Greenland. Trampoline is a striking and elegant love bed with a painted AISI 304 stainless steel structure and soft, playful forms, perfect for populating welcoming open air spaces, an island of relaxation and comfort thanks to a set of three backrest cushions and two types of additional cushions, all of which in polyurethane foam cased in soft polyester wadding and covered with waterproof fabric. It is available in two versions, as a low sofa and a four-poster sofa, the latter to provide shade from the sun, and both stand out for the hand-woven polypropylene and nylon rope, mélange or multicoloured, which wraps the base and backrest, becoming its distinctive decoration.
Cassina Los Angeles Show Room
8815 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048