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Matteo Thun grows Allaperto collection with new suspended outdoor armchair
21 Aug 2020 . BY Megan Whitby
Allaperto, the lounge collection spawned by the partnership between design studios, Matteo Thun, Ethimo and Antonio Rodriguez, has been expanded to include new styles and offerings.

In 2021, the range will feature a new hand-decorated swinging armchair designed to be used outside.

The trio has also devised two new design styles – Allaperto Veranda and Allaperto Nautic – which are to be paired with the teak frame that characterises the entire Allaperto collection.

Veranda dresses the teak chairs in natural rattan, offering an eco-friendly approach with a vintage feel.

According to the designers, the rattan texture and its sophisticated weave help to create a charming “exotic” effect in the semi-open spaces.

Nautic, the second new design inspired by the maritime world, combines teak with polypropylene rope, a 100 per cent recyclable material, suitable for the outdoors.

The characteristic weave of Veranda and Nautic is entirely hand-made and has been selected to convey an authentic feel and a sense of an artisan crafting process.

The Allaperto collection will also be updated with an armchair in the swing version but with a self-bearing stand, which can be customised in either Veranda, Allaperto or Etwick fibre.

The trio of design studios believe that the update to the range confirms its identity as a surprising, dynamic collection that reinvents itself according to the latest trends and the context that hosts it, generating a range of different experiences for enjoying outdoor spaces with maximum effect.





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