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Posted on Jul 21, 2017 by in Design | 0 comments

An absolute trend every summer, this year too total white establishes itself as the perfect expression of the most refined taste and the most fashionable outdoors. Pure, bright and essential – in Nardi collection white returns to its role as protagonist to elegantly colour gardens, terraces and furniture by the poolside, becoming a sought-after element in the most exclusive outdoors.

For Nardi, white is an integral part of the planning of products and is undoubtedly included in the untouchable colours in the catalogue, chosen as the real protagonist of outdoor furniture and not only. Nardi white is a vivid, block white which remains unchanged even with extended use.

The combination of the colour white, attention to details and careful choice of materials – resin, glass and aluminium – gives rise to Loto & Ninfea furniture, signed by Nardi and designed by Raffaello Galiotto. The total white version of the set allows to exalt the clean lines which remind of water lilies, from which seats and tables take their name, both supported by bases with light-weight, suspended twisted frames to create a styling result with a fascinating beauty.

The set presents two types of seats with different heights and suited to different uses. Ninfea Dinner is the perfect table seat for pleasant sociable lunches or dinners, while Ninfea Relax is the ideal lounge armchair for lounge bars, pool areas and relaxation zones. Both versions are in fiber-glass resin, anti-UV treated batch dyed and with painted aluminium legs.

Table Loto features an elegant silk-screen printed tempered glass top, vitrified at high temperatures and available in different shapes and sizes.

Like any other Nardi product, Loto and Ninfea are made in Italy with 100% recyclable materials, resistant to all weather conditions and with no need for maintenance at the end of the season.

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