Fermob

Fermob

The Luxembourg Collection

The Luxembourg range, initially produced for the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris, has become something of a legend in its own right. Its style is an emblem of French design – an expression of French culture in furniture form! Today, Luxembourg is a fabulous collection made from aluminum whose watchwords are lightness, joie de vivre and conviviality. Fermob asked Frédéric Sofia to reinterpret the legendary chairs and armchairs of the Jardin du Luxembourg, created in 1923 in the Paris parks department workshops, and which Fermob still manufactures today for the city's public gardens.

The Surprising Teak Collection

The Surprising low armchair in teak blends the best of two elements – teak and steel. The trendy mixed material chair is treated for outdoors, but can also be used inside to create a sleek lounge area. Pair it with the Surprising Teak footrest and create a lounge corner.

Luxembourg Collection: Stool

A comfortable, stackable high chair to complement the wide Luxembourg collection while responding to new market trends.

Mooon! Outdoor Lighting

Mooon! takes is styling cues from 19th century street lights. It’s smaller than its ancestors but not short on features, with two light temperature settings – cool white (6000 °K) and warm white (4000°K) – and a dim 'up and dim 'down function so you can switch it on and off gradually with smooth transitions. Mooon! can be used indoors or outdoors, on a table or side table, as mood lighting or a bedside lamp, and emitting bright or filtered light. The rechargeable lamp comes with an aluminum stand available in six colors – Storm Grey, Nutmeg, Capucine, Cactus, Honey and Aubergine.

The Bellevie Collection

The key to the Bellevie Collection lies in its name, reflecting the joie de vivre that it brings to any terrace, garden or even interior. The generously-sized Bellevie range opens up a wide range of possibilities with a low furniture set perfectly coordinated with a dining set, itself offering several options. Designed by studio Pagnon & Pelhaître