inspired by nature. crafted for people.
“At OASIQ, we express our passion about people enjoying outdoor life by creating beautiful and unique outdoor furniture.”
Aluminium chairs and tables
Tables with spacious dimensions
Tables in various sizes
Flexible side tables
About OASIQ Interview Hans Daalder Inspiration Irene Vermeulen Interview Mark Gabbertas Inspiration Marc Heldens Interview Hugo de Ruiter Interview Studio Parade Craftsmanship Behind the scenes Inspiration Owen Raggett Overview materials & collection
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Inspired by nature.
Crafted for people. Lush greens and sparkling blues. The enticing sounds of trickling water and of leaves rustling in the gentle breeze. For centuries weary travellers, adventurers and other visitors have appreciated the wonders of the oasis. A safe haven on the long sandy trek through a desert. A place for rest and recreation before the journey is continued. Imagine green rooftop gardens in hectic cities. Spacious terraces looking on to wide-open countryside. Swimming pools shimmering in the moonlight. A ski resort banked by spectacular mountain scenery. OASIQ aspires to create an oasis of calm where it is desired. To reflect beautiful natural surroundings where they are present. Our passion is to design outdoor furniture for people who share our dream. Our style is distinctive yet versatile. Timeless with a modern touch. OASIQ outdoor furniture bridges the divide between indoors and
outdoors effortlessly. Dining, playing, relaxing, resting, entertaining guests – every activity is catered for. Ultimately however, our collections serve a purpose beyond functionality. We endeavour to enrich people’s experience of outdoor living. To connect them with the beauty found in nature’s elegant creations. For we believe that an appealing outdoor setting, crafted with attention to detail, contributes to people’s feeling of well-being. Our source of inspiration Connecting people to the beauty of their surroundings is a process that begins with a keen eye for organic patterns. For shapes that are pleasant to behold. The simple elegance of nature’s own creations is always the source of our inspiration. Luckily for us, nature’s secret was unlocked centuries ago. The beauty of the patterns found in a pine cone and in the perfection of an uncurling fern is expressed by the golden ratio. This is always the bedrock of our approach.
The beauty of the spiral pattern created by a sunflower’s central cluster of florets is expressed by the golden ratio. This is the bedrock of our approach.
â€œLook deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.â€? Albert Einstein Physicist, philosopher, speaker
Blast from the past The new OASIQ collections are a contemporary take on some of the trends of the fabulous fifties that have stood the test of time. The 1950s were a time of innovation in design. The use of new materials inspired clean lines and comfortable curves with an emphasis on leisure from the USA, and graceful soft-edged teak designs from Scandinavia. Lively pastel colour schemes in pink, turquoise, mint green, pale yellow and blue were the rage. In fashion it was the heyday of Dior’s ‘New Look’ and, thanks to television, exuberant music and dance styles, such as Rock and Roll, the Bunny Hop and the Hand Jive, exploded onto the scene. Creating originals Creativity thrives on linking up ideas, combining them into something new, making connections that express originality. Our creations are inspired by links to vintage designs that have endured for decades by winning people’s hearts. They are crafted by skilled people who feel passionately about what they create,
and whose craft-culture handiwork provides a unique touch. The outstanding quality of each piece is ensured by modern design insights and the use of high-tech materials. And when it comes to originality, we love to work with designers who share our ambition to exceed people’s expectations and open the door to imagination. Q for quality Quality is in our DNA. Our company’s roots can be traced back to a long tradition of craftsmanship in fine leather, sturdy metal parts and weatherproof textiles for equestrian sports. This makes us especially qualified to meet the high demands made on outdoor furniture. The materials we use are guaranteed to endure the elements, as well as to meet the high standards of comfort and flexibility modern life sets.
> Unique comfort > Water-resistant > UV-resistant > Weatherproof > Low maintenance 7
CORAIL CORAILâ€™s array of colours provides the palette to experiment to your heartâ€™s content. Simply mix and match to create the combination that reflects your personal style. Liven things up with a mixture of different pastels. Create bold contrasts in black and white. Or tone it down with matching sets. Versatile and compact, the CORAIL chairs and tables are ideal for urban gardens and balconies. Robust aluminium slats provide excellent seating comfort, with or without cushions. This lightweight collection is easily moved to your favourite outdoor spot. And even the tables can be conveniently dismantled to save storage space.
Bask in the sun. Catch the breeze.
Special slots ensure cushions are easily fixed. And remain in place.
Superb hand-polished finish. Water-resistant and easy to clean.
Colourful bistro combo.
Lightweight and practical. Stack to save space.
Splashes of colour liven things up.
A bottle of wine begs to be shared.
1. to sit, lie, walk, or stand in a relaxed manner 2. to pass (time) lazily or idly
â€œThe best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, they must be felt with the heart.â€? Helen Keller Author, speaker, activist
DIUNA Teak now has flair to spare. Indoors or out, DIUNA steals the show with panache. This unrivalled design relies on superior craftsmanship to sculpt sturdy teak to ultimate elegance. The result is a breath of fresh air. From now on, dining, lounging and sunbathing are truly chic on teak. DIUNA perfectly balances refined clean lines with organic curves that highlight the woodâ€™s beautiful sandy grain. Slender panels of layered teak have been specially designed and crafted to ensure solidity with a graceful touch. This makes the furniture exceptionally lightweight for its kind, and all models are stackable.
Dining on natureâ€™s lap.
Stackable. Ingenious cushion slots. 25
Luxurious. Elegant. Like a breath of fresh air.
Spring is nature’s way of saying: Let’s party!
DIUNA Taak clubchair studio
“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” Mae West
Actress, singer, screenwriter
Crafted to perfection.
Superbly sculpted curves. 34
DIUNA Stylish. Comfortable. 100% weatherproof cushions.
hans daalder Designer of CORAIL and DIUNA
Hans Daalderâ€™s work features a clean-design aesthetic that masterfully balances the adventurous with the functional. He has honed his skills designing for renowned furniture brands since his graduation from the Design Academy in Eindhoven (1989). His uncompromising focus on the quality of his creations has earned them a special place in clientsâ€™ hearts.
“Finding the right balance of design features, colour, and texture is a process that involves knowing when to stop.”
“Stripping an idea down to its essential parts, without sacrificing the richness of the experience is the most demanding part of my work. You can compare it to serving an excellent steak. In a good restaurant a choice piece, cooked to perfection, is served without a sauce. In the same way, a good design does not require elaboration. Together with my colleagues I pare an idea down until its core is revealed. It is finished when we can’t help but feel it’s right. That we’d put this new chair or table in our own home or garden.”
“The team at OASIQ share my ideas and commitment when it comes to delivering quality in design and use of materials. The aluminium CORAIL collection expresses a colourful sense of fun as well as a robust practicality. While the DIUNA sets a new standard for elegant outdoor teak furniture in a quiet, understated way.”
irene vermeulen Trendwatcher and founder of Craftscurator.com
Irene Vermeulen advises well-known home decoration brands about trends and consumer attitudes. Her insights hold the key to creating products that help brands stay ahead of the pack. An expert when it comes to everything handmade, she keeps track of the inside story on global crafts and handmade design on her Craftscurator weblog. Spotting future trends “Trendwatching involves lots of research, travelling on inspiration trips and, most importantly, meeting people. It’s my job to help clients determine which direction in product design best suits their brand identity. Matching a brand with exactly the right trending ingredient is crucial for next season’s success. My Trend Guide also offers long-
term, broader insights into future customer attitudes towards design. It’s a guide to global product trends, textiles, colours, patterns, and techniques. A large part of spotting future trends involves keeping in touch with the makers and designers themselves. Following their creative process is key to discovering new things.”
“Vintage influences are a sign of the times. They reflect people’s search for enduring excellence in uncertain times.”
Crafts revival “In Europe there really is a great crafts revival at the moment. Especially locally produced, interesting products are finding new markets. More and more, we are seeing people choose what they buy with care. They want to know about the stories behind the products, about their origins: who made them, where, why? On the one hand, this is because people are looking for a meaningful experience, a personal connection to the products they buy. On the other hand, it’s because in times of uncertainty people lean towards genuine relationships that will stand the test of time. And, thanks to the internet, access to information about products has become easy.”
Sign of the times “People connect to the story behind a product, and stories abound in the world of global crafts. This may be a story about the development of a craft, its relation to a specific culture and its place within a tradition of working with certain materials. Or there may be an interesting story waiting to be told about the people who create the products and their inspiration. The current interest in vintage is a sign of the times in this respect. People focus on vintage fashion and design because this connects them to a rich history of ideas and influences that have proved their worth. It represents an attitude that values originality and lasting quality, and looks for new products that incorporate these standards in
state-of-the-art designs. And in spite of the economic crisis, people are willing to invest in an exceptional, high-quality product that has a special meaning for them.” Outdoor trends to look out for “It’s an exciting and innovative time in outdoor trends. You can expect to encounter more elegant, fragile forms and less bulky shapes. Mixing different styles and materials will enable you to create a unique personal space. There is an orientation towards pure shapes and an uncovering of layers that will reveal the materials and techniques used in construction. Basically, a focus on materials that speak for themselves, and a combination of styles that expresses your own taste.”
â€œWhen you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving in you, a joy.â€? rumi Poet, mystic
sandur On SANDUR you are almost suspended in thin air. And, as everyone knows, it doesn’t get more comfortable than that. All thanks to a nifty design that uses a unique open weave to reduce contact with hard surfaces to a minimum. On this eye-catcher, you’re always sitting pretty. SANDUR’s distinctive patterns accentuate the breezy character of this model. A tubular stainless steel frame supports a strong and weatherproof rope weave. The rope is handwoven on to the frame by skilful artisans who take pride in the outstanding quality of their work. With a variety of stylish colour combinations, this collection is ideal for any outdoor setting.
Open-air dining defined.
Handwoven rope. Fitted cushions. Craftsmanship at its best. 46
Distinctive in every last detail. 47
Each piece is an outstanding work of craftsmanship. 49
Nature is the best inspiration for colour. 51
Variations on a theme. Refined contrasts.
machar The centrepiece of your outdoor dining space, MACHAR is a table of grand proportions and fine lines. Take your pick from black or white aluminium frames with matching aluminium legs or with contrasting teak legs. These are splendidly topped off with a durable and weather-resistant HPL surface. MACHAR is always set to impress with its spacious dimensions and magnificent stature.
Impressive dimensions. Unsurpassed simplicity.
mark gabbertas Designer of SANDUR and MACHAR
Mark Gabbertas is a multiple award-winning designer who has pioneered many new forms and processes in furniture design. He was at the forefront of the renaissance in the British designer/maker movement in the 1990s before establishing the Gabbertas Studio in 2001. The design studio currently leads the way in experimenting with new technologies and has earned accolades for pushing the boundaries of outdoor furniture design.
“Our objective is to create designs that have character through their simplicity.”
“As a studio we find ourselves being drawn repeatedly to designs that fulfil the rigorous demands made of furniture for outdoor use, while managing to retain a lightness of touch that makes them suitable for interior use too. I suspect we enjoy the challenge.” “When I was young, I would play a game called cat’s cradle whereby two people would make patterns with a single loop of string and pass them to each other. What proved interesting during the development of SANDUR was the ability of the weave to follow a different profile than might be expected from the frame itself and to create an independent 3-dimensional shape within the skeletal steel structure.
This gave us more freedom to allow the frame to express itself and take on a character of its own, while at the same time providing the support in key areas for the weave to perform the essential ergonomic functions. It is the nature and degree of the interdependence between frame and weave that fascinated and inspired us in this project.”
marc heldens ‘I Cover Interiors’ at marcheldens.com
photography: Mark Seelen
Spanning from interior architecture and styling to consultancy and marketing, Marc Heldens is an all-round design hound. His forte is interior reportage. He scouts people with unique interiors and tells their story. This search for the stuff that life is made of, takes him across the globe on many inspiring design expeditions. Beyond lifestyle “I have evolved into an interior storyteller. My search has led me to New York, San Francisco, Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore, and most of Europe, to photograph and write about people’s living spaces. Covering interiors helps me to uncover very personal and touching stories. It is a tool I use to reconstruct the life story of the
people I visit. I like to think this goes beyond lifestyle. Ultimately, it’s a way to dig deeper into life’s meaning.” Characteristic interiors “The search for unique interiors is a journey that never ceases to fascinate me. I believe that interiors come to life if they shed light on the personality of
“My creative motto is: I come and observe, I listen and analyse, I shape and reciprocate.”
in the foreground. It highlights the personal meaning attached to the fact that you have a particular object in your house. The stories I tell are distinctive because they express this personal attachment.” Something old, something new, something… “Collecting objects I am personally attached to has become a way for me to express my own life story. Certain objects, like this huge magazine cabinet, for example, are part of my life’s baggage. They are records of my personal and
the people who have collected, cherished, and really spent time in them. Chronicling these interiors the past twenty years has been a personal development as well as a professional one. What does it really mean when you describe an interior as ‘characteristic’, ‘authentic’ or ‘personal’? It boils down to focusing on the individual instead of the icons. A person’s inspiration used to be expressed by the design icons they collected. If you had an Alessi kettle and a Le Corbusier, you were telling the world that you knew how to recognise originality. These icons represented your personality. In contrast, a story about a characteristic or authentic interior places an individual’s life
professional development. So when we built this studio, I definitely wanted a ‘magazine room’. Or take my collection of natural objects and porcelain. Or this Emmy award, which belonged to my father. These pieces always give visitors a topic of conversation, and a way to get to know me. Personal interiors help people to connect, to get to know each other.” Letting yourself be inspired “When it comes to styling, my interest lies in the area beyond trends where a great deal of experimentation is going on. So I would advise you to choose a particular object because you find it personally appealing. Because it fits in your personal story, your evolution. Authenticity is a matter of staying true to yourself and letting yourself be inspired by something you encounter, even if it is just by that one piece that appeals to you at this moment.”
‘‘One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.’’ William Shakespeare Poet, playwright
Six components, two finishes, endless combinations. Thanks to YLANDâ€™s unsurpassed flexibility, you will solve the puzzle every time. Build a daybed for daydreaming, a lounge sofa for night-time entertaining. Turn it into a family-sized couch, or just divide it up into separate islands. YLANDâ€™s design takes modular flexibility to the next level. A lightweight aluminium and open-weave frame makes it easy to explore its multiple uses. And to top it off you can customize your YLAND with the outdoor cushions of your choice. Both the covers and fillings are guaranteed to be weatherproof 24/7.
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The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sauces.
Outdoor style and comfort. Rugs to match.
Durable rope weave. 100% weatherproof cushions.
Lightweight frame. Handwoven rope. Graceful versatility.
attol The ATTOL side tables offer smaller surfaces in a flexibility optimizing variety of shapes, heights and materials.
TEAK Round teak tables in three varying heights can be grouped to form one tiered table or split up into convenient side tables.
Aluminium Powder-coated aluminium side tables in three practical heights and two attractive shapes. Easy to use whenever and wherever required.
hugo de Ruiter Designer of YLAND and ATTOL
Hugo de Ruiter excels at stylish designs that intelligently bridge the gap between indoor and outdoor living. After studying at the Design Academy in Eindhoven (1986), he developed collections for a long string of prestigious furniture brands. His designs have won kudos from fellow designers and clients for their distinctive mixture of charm and functionality.
“Nothing lasts forever, but my designs do attempt to be your friends for life.”
“Outdoor furniture should be just as comfortable and sophisticated as indoor furniture, even though it is only used for a part of the year in most parts of Europe. And visually it should be pleasant to look at. Then, of course, there are extra demands regarding the durability of the materials because of harsh weather conditions. A stimulating challenge I love to meet.”
it has endless seating combinations, from sofa to a luxurious lounge bed. The modular elements offer all the variations you’d expect to find indoors. But then in a lightweight, weatherproof aluminium and handwoven rope construction perfect for outdoors. And with a choice of colourful cushions you can combine to suit your personal taste. Ideal for every outdoor moment.”
“The YLAND is a modular lounge group that expresses my philosophy perfectly. Exceptionally adaptable,
REEF A uniquely all-round table that suits any occasion and any style. The REEF collection of tables offers a choice of aluminium or stainless steel frames in various sizes. All of these can be contrasted to great effect with a sturdy teak top. A brushed stainless steel or aluminium version with matching weather-resistant HPL surface is also available for a sharper look.
Matchless range of styles and sizes.
studio parade Paulien Berendsen and Eric Sloot Designers of the REEF
Studio Parade continues to captivate people who love coherent, simple and uncluttered design. This seasoned designer duo has been creating remarkable indoor and outdoor design furniture together since they graduated from the Design Academy in Eindhoven (1991). And there is more in store.
“Our designs feel as if you’re wearing a well-cut suit. It’s a perfect fit and has a familiar, appealing feel to it. As if it’s already one of your favourite pieces. We always start with a silhouette and refine the design. We keep the lines clear and add subtle details. This avoids clutter while creating a distinctive look.”
“At first glance the slender REEF table looks simply inviting. Up to a point it is a timeless design with a no-nonsense ‘what you see is what you get’ attitude. But there is an element of surprise, because a section of the frame echoes the top, and unites the whole. The result is striking.”
“Indoors or outdoors, we don’t make a distinction. We always aim to create a space people love to be in.”
OASIQ finds inspiration in nature to craft outdoor furniture for people. Behind the scenes are the people whose skills and dedication help to achieve our vision at factory level. They form the backbone of our company. 82
Behind the scenes
OASIQ relies on the skills of people who pay meticulous attention to detail to create the top-quality furniture discerning customers expect. Our outdoor furniture is manufactured at a factory where every aspect of production is handled by specialists in their field of expertise. The cutting of the steel and aluminium parts, the moulding and joining of the teak components, the hand polishing and powder coating - every step is carried out in-house. Quality control requires people with a thorough knowledge of every aspect of the production process. Inspecting the raw metals and teak to ensure they fulfil specifications. Checking the sanding, welding, painting and assembly. Personal attention is given to every piece of furniture before final approval.
Our factory is located in Thailand and has been specialised in the manufacturing of products for outdoor use since 2001. Traditional working methods that rely on craftsmanship, such as hand weaving, are used side by side with state-of-the-art modern technology to produce outdoor furniture that is both sturdy and perfectly finished. As every true craftsman knows, there is more to achieving excellence than expertise and quality control alone. All depends on
people who love their work and give their best to the job in hand. Every one of our employees, no matter how small their role, is valued and rewarded for his or her dedication to performing an excellent job, day in day out.
owen raggett Photographer at owenraggett.com
Owen Raggett uses his expertise as a photographer to create a visual narrative that tells a brand’s story. His photos capture space and light to express the unique character of a brand, and to connect it with the mindset of its customers.
Bringing a brand to life “My background is branding and marketing within the design industry. About four years ago I decided I was going to focus on one specialist field, and that field is design photography. This involves creating images for product design, interior design and architecture that represent a brand’s story. As a photographer, I help create a visual
narrative that expresses a brand’s personality and brings it to life.” Less plastic, more honest “The development in design photography the last five years in Europe has been towards working more with natural conditions, instead of staging everything as if it’s the next Star Wars film. People want the romance of a good story, but they are increasingly looking for the down-to-earth approach in the way a brand is represented. Images have become less plastic and more honest, especially those catering to the mindset of discerning, repeat customers. Truthfulness and taste are the key values. Which means that overly photoshopped images
“As a photographer, I help create a visual narrative that expresses a brand’s personality and brings it to life.”
minimal touches; to avoid overpropping or over-stylizing, and lots of supplemental lighting. It’s a very different aesthetic. My favourite analogy is blues music: with blues you strip everything away until there’s nothing else that you could remove without it being detrimental. So you have the absolute bare bones. Once you’ve done that, you can then think about adding a few things in very selectively. But you don’t want to mess with your roots.”
that don’t give you an idea what a place, product or person really looks like are generally dismissed as spin.”
Leaving in the rough edges “Photographing furniture can be approached in various ways.
There’s the highly styled imagery, using a lot of glamorous models, fashionable props and heavily retouched ultra blue skies. Or there’s the more sophisticated approach that uses beautiful backdrops, a space and nature itself as a prop. For the OASIQ shoot we were at a beautiful natural location, and when it turned out that the weather was atrocious most days, we incorporated the conditions into the result. This makes the images feel authentic, believable. So we didn’t postpone the shoot, we just photographed between the showers and left in the rough edges. It’s not postcard perfect, but it is real outdoor life.”
Don’t mess with your roots “People don’t want to be sold a dream if you can’t deliver it. A design development I find interesting is the stripped back, deconstructed urban feel you see more and more in restaurants. People don’t want flamboyant or ostentatious statements anymore. They appreciate the concrete floors, exposed ceilings and interesting artwork, or well-designed chairs and tables. Images also have to be both believable and interesting. So it’s important to use a few
Aluminium is a lightweight metal that is very strong and durable. The alloy we use guarantees excellent resistance to corrosion and has outstanding material properties. All aluminium products in the OASIQ collection are polished by hand, which produces a very beautiful finish when painted. After polishing, the furniture is cleaned, chemically treated, and painted using an electro-statically applied polyester powder coating. This gives the furniture a very strong finish, making it scratch resistant and weatherproof.
Teak is a beautiful dense hardwood with a uniquely high natural oil content. This means that it easily withstands all kinds of weather conditions. Even without any form of protection, sun, rain and snow do not diminish the quality of this natural material. Our teak furniture is delivered to the customer untreated. Under the influence of weather conditions, teak furniture will slowly change colour to a silvery grey that perfectly matches its natural surroundings. In order to prevent dirt and stains settling into the pores of the wood, we recommend regular cleaning. After a while, teak furniture might develop fine cracks in the end-grain parts, such as legs and arms. This is nothing to worry about. It is a natural process of the wood that will disappear with the natural changes in the weather and the consequent change in the moisture content of the wood.
All rope used in OASIQ woven furniture is manufactured from a combination of high performance TextileneÂŽ and solution-dyed Diversatexâ„˘ Olefin outdoor yarns. This rope is tough and durable, yet soft and supple. As the yarns are dyed all the way through and have excellent UV-resistant properties, these ropes will remain colourfast for many years and will withstand the rigours of outdoor use with style and elegance.
HPL (high pressure laminate) is a flat panel, based on thermosetting resins and wood-based fibres. These panels are manufactured under high pressure and at high temperatures. This process ensures that the resins in the core layers of the panel and on the surface bind with each other. The result is a homogenous panel of high density, which is very strong, durable and weatherproof.
All stainless steel products in the OASIQ collection are made of Grade 304 stainless steel. This metal consists of various alloy elements such as iron, nickel and chromium. When exposed to air, a hard chromiumoxide layer is formed that protects the metal against corrosion. Our stainless steel products have been hand brushed to give their surface a satin-like shine that feels very smooth. The result is a corrosion resistant surface that is easy to clean and maintain.
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2 seater arm left
Attol all teak side table
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Attol teak side table
Seat height: 28 CM excl. cushion
Attol teak side table
1 seater 70CM Ø
Seat height: 28 CM excl. cushion
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chaise longue arm left
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Attol aluminum side table 5 cm
Seat height: 28 CM excl. cushion
Attol aluminum side table
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machar and reef
machar 100 cm
dining table 200X100 aluminum frame/hpl table top
dining table 200X100 aluminum frame/hpl table top
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dining table 240X100 aluminum frame/hpl table top
dining table 240X100 aluminum frame/hpl table top
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dining table 280X100 aluminum frame/ hpl table top
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dining table 180x100 500 110 3434 180 teak cross bar/teak 500 102 0034 180 stainl. st. cross bar/teak 500 100 0001 180 stainl. st. cross bar/black hpl 500 100 0003 180 stainl. st. cross bar/white HPL 500 101 0045 180 stainl. st. cross bar/nordic black HPL
dining table 180x100 500 130 0134 180 anthrac./teak cross bar/teak 500 120 0001 180 anthrac./alu cross bar anthrac./ black HPL 500 120 0003 180 white/alu cross bar white/white hpl 500 121 0045 180 anthrac./alu cross bar anthrac./ nordic black HPL
dining table 240x100 500 110 3434 240 teak cross bar/teak 500 102 0034 240 stainl. st. cross bar/teak 500 100 0001 240 stainl. st. cross bar/black HPL 500 100 0003 240 stainl. st. cross bar/white HPL 500 101 0045 240 stainl. st. cross bar/nordic black HPL
dining table 240x100 500 130 0134 240 anthrac./teak cross bar/teak 500 120 0001 240 anthrac./alucross bar anthrac./ black HPL 500 120 0003 240 white/alu cross bar white/white HPL 500 121 0045 240 anthrac./alu cross bar anthrac./ nordic black hpl
Handwoven on handlooms by weavers with expertise handed down from generation to generation, the OASIQ outdoor rugs combine beauty with durability. High performance Textilene and solution-dyed Olefin outdoor yarns are first expertly plaited or braided together to create ropes with different textures. Artisan weaverâ€™s deft fingers then transform these into beautifully woven pattern rugs. As the yarns are dyed all the way through and have excellent UV-resistant properties, these rugs will remain colourfast for many years and will withstand the rigours of outdoor use with style and elegance.
Cushions and Fabrics
OASIQ cushions are covered with Sunbrella fabrics. These fabrics have been especially developed for outdoor use and are made of solution-dyed yarns. This unique colouring process guarantees optimal UV-resistance and durability. Most of the covers can be removed for cleaning. The fabrics have also been treated with a water-repellent Teflon layer. The inner cushions are made of a special weatherproof foam called QuickDry Foam. This is a cutting-edge, high-performance foam designed specifically for outdoor cushions. Manufactured from carefully selected high-grade material, QuickDry has extreme durability and strength. Its unique porous open-cell structure allows water to drain very rapidly and fresh air to circulate freely and continuously.
Thanks to the outstanding outdoor properties of these fabrics and foam, OASIQ cushions are completely weatherproof and easy to use. specifications
For the specifications about fabric options per collection we refer to our pricelist.
Cushions and Fabrics
canvas sky blue
natte dark naval
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