deesawat specializes in teak wood outdoor furniture
 
deesawat specializes in teak wood outdoor furniture
apr 28, 2014

deesawat specializes in teak wood outdoor furniture

deesawat specializes in teak wood outdoor furniture

 

 

 

deesawat is known for its production of outdoor furniture and building materials using sustainable timber. founded in 1972, the thai company started out as an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) business, but has evolved, and now develops and creates designs under its own brand name.

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twin loungers with canopy from the ‘UNIPOLI’ collection

 

 

 

over 200 skilled workers are employed at deesawat’s 30,000 square meter production facilities where they are involved in realizing the brand’s extensive and diverse line-up of products. most noted is their extensive teak wood outdoor furniture collection, which unleashes an unexpected and fun element to otherwise seemingly traditional canopies, loungers and sun beds.

 

 

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rocking chair and low tables from the ‘UNIPOL’ collection

 

 

 

deesawat’s ‘UNIPOL’ collection utilizes a combination of stainless steel and teak wood to form a set of loungers, rocking chairs and low tables. characterized by an arrangement of lumber slats, the designs are all subtly-curved at the corners to offer a visually and physically softer, more comfortable feel. ‘UNIPOL’ brings sustainability to the forefront, being manufactured from off-cuts, reducing overall industry waste.

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‘summer cabana’

 

 

 

the ‘summer cabana’ is a modular furniture concept that can be popped-up and used as either a dining set or sunbed concept, protected by a canopy, ideal poolside or on the beach.

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‘summer cabana’

 

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the ‘summer cabana’ can function as either a sun bed or dining set

 

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‘TIERA’ collection

 

 

 

deesawat’s ‘TIERA’ series aims to enliven outdoor furniture with bold graphic elements, which is particularly emphasized in their ‘nest tree’ – a small circular seating area with a branch-like canopy extending above. small sofas, arm chairs, sunbeds, coat and umbrella racks accompanied by boldly colored and patterned upholstered elements complete the series.

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‘nest tree’ from the ‘TIERA’ collection

 

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‘TIERA’ circle and green wall

 

 

a circular green wall rounds out ‘tiera’ offering a semi-private partition that provides planter boxes for one to grow their own foliage and create a personal ‘living’ enclosure.

 

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‘BOTTLE’ seating

 

 

 

‘BOTTLE’ combines art and furniture, resulting in sculptural seating objects that highlight the natural beauty of teak wood. conceived by zero first design, the lounge areas draw their formal references from the neck of drinking vessels from which their name is derived. individual slats of timber shape the curved backs of the chairs providing a generous relaxation zone for one or two people.

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‘UP LAMP’ series

 

 

 

like the ‘UNIPOL’ collection, the ‘UP LAMP’ series is made from off-cuts. the outdoor lighting pieces have a very simple form, which take-on an accordion-like appearance towards their upper section. this allows the luminaires to project a subtle shadow effect.

 

though each of deesawat’s outdoor furniture sets are distinct in their appearance, the resulting pieces are all manifest the company’s positive commitment to the environment, while still maintaining high standards of quality and craftsmanship in their products.

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