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Creative partnerships, including with Ann Marie Vering and Mario Ruiz, have driven a new, highly curated collection of outdoor furnishings offered by RH (formerly Restoration Hardware). Notable this season is a global perspective with a distinctive midcentury modernist sensibility—reflected in inspiration, materials, and more.
Vering’s Pavona Collection, for example, derives its forms from the handheld folding fan. Chaises and chairs feature a handwoven frame that wraps high waterfall cushions with sweeping organic curves, evoking the movement of an unfurling fan. The latticed embrace of the arms contrasts with the solid elegance of the travertine dining tables in the collection.
The Los Angeles designer’s Laurel Collection, in contrast, features clean lines inspired by classical modern architecture. The sculptural silhouettes of the chairs, sofas, and coffee and dining tables in this collection are refined and understated, and those lines taper to points that belie their sturdiness—whether in aluminum or teak.
From Barcelona, designer Ruiz delivers the Miramar Collection in weathered teak and slate aluminum. Whole outdoor rooms come alive with comfort and class offered by these refined pieces, from sofas and chaises to dining sets.
Other collections feature new work by artists and artisans Ronald Sasson, Claudio Bellini, Gommaire Cleybergh, and Brad Ascalon.