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Best of milan 2012: park life, by jasper morrison for kettal.

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It took designer Jasper Morrison four and a half years to perfect his new line of for Kettal. The stackable tables, chairs, a sofa and lounger were made especially lightweight to make moving them into winter storage as easy as possible. The collection was shown as part of ’s display at in Milan, along with pieces by their other designers, like Patricia Urquila.

Apparently, it took Morrison almost five years to design the collection because he spent much of the time researching outdoor furniture , analyzing standard codes and testing materials for durability. I like his clean, streamlined collection because it reminds me of the simple, well-made, modern patio furniture my grandparents had in their backyard. Like Park Life, those pieces were built to last. In fact, many of those pieces currently furnish the pool area at my cousin’s home. That kind of generational lifespan is one of Kettal’s biggest selling points – along with considered design, of course. Morrison took ergonomics seriously in his approach to make leisurely summer afternoons as comfortable as they ought to be.








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