The Nodi collection for Tribu: unique interior and outdoor furniture



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A new and novel addition to Cosh Living’s 2018 range, the Nodi collection – designed for Tribu – is a unique range of dining and lower-lounge outdoor furniture designed to be as cutting-edge as it is comfortable

The NODI chair’s characteristic design takes its shape from twisted-interlaced rope stretched across a geometric frame. This provides the chair with a light form, careful proportions and a minimalist design that gives a weightless, relaxed feel to any space. Inviting occupancy, the slim profile of the arm is angled slightly inward in a welcoming gesture.

Unique to Tribù, the rope structure of the chair is made from a particular combination of PVC and natural hemp (Canax®) which while strong and durable is also gentle, comfortable and yielding to the human form. Horizontal and vertical lines intersect gracefully. Neutral tones mean that the chair easily combines with and complements other pieces from the Tribù range.

Designed by George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg’s internationally renowned firm Yabu Pushelberg – who have designed interiors for Four Seasons, Barneys, Tiffany & Co., and Louis Vuitton, their first collaboration with Tribù is already a great hit and an ideal addition to any outdoor space wanting a touch of minimalist luxe.

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