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Amazing Outdoor Decor Ideas to Furnish Contemporary Interiors — Meet Agave, the collection which is the result of the partnership between Ethimo and Mattia Albicini, perfect to furnish modern interiors.

Named Agave, this outdoor collection of tables and chairs is all about draws inspiration from the sinuous shapes of the leaves of the eponymous plant, overcoming the boundaries of outdoor and indoor, and suggesting unprecedented interpretations to enhance the interiors. Created to be placed outdoors, this furniture collection picked this time by Daily Design News‘ editors exalts the living environment with style and refinement.

Agave: an outdoor furniture which is also at home indoors, to create a sophisticated and unexpected space.

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An exceptional setting hosts the new look of Agave and the choice of this striking location is a reference to the exclusivity of the collection. In fact, the Hotel Parco dei Principi in Sorrento becomes a ‘stage set’ where the unique characteristics of Agave can be elevated and where the link between its design and the hotel’s architecture can be emphasized.

The solid teak, crafted by Ethimo with exceptional artisanship and painstaking attention, together with the most innovative technology, is ‘transformed’ to form furnishings that recreate the soft movements, thin profiles and silky surface of agave.

Agave thus becomes the ideal collection for those who want to enrich the outdoor environment with the sophistication of interior design and to personalize the indoor space in a surprising way with a new ambiance, reflecting the evolution of contemporary living and interpreting it in a new way of thinking about space.

This amazing furniture collection is an exciting project where recollections of the organic forms of furnishings from the 1950s and fine materials are in a dialogue with the architecture of the space that sees its furnishings as the real protagonists.


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