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Preview News 2021: the outdoor sitting room by FAST

Posted in Furniture, Outdoor, Fast on Wednesday, 04 November 2020

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For Fast autumn 2020 marks an important appointment. The Italian company specialising in outdoor furniture is presenting three new collections: the Ria seating line, the MOSAIKO coffee table collection - both designed by Alberto Lievore - and the ONDA outdoor rug collection. When combined together, they provide the opportunity to create a veritable open-air sitting room. Furthermore, the Forest collection is enriched with three new models, all characterized by the use of the prestigious Iroko wood: the rocking chair with sleds in Iroko, the armchair and the chair with aluminium legs covered in Iroko.

The Fast catalogue is also being supplemented by new fabrics, including rope, and new colour combinations, devised to explore every variation in shade and suggestion of outdoor settings, playing with natural inspirations and exploring all the colour variations of the sky: from the petrol blue of a storm, to the serene azure blue on a calm and peaceful day, to the green hue of certain cold winter mornings. They borrow the colour of peaceful days with pink and mere hints of azure blues or land on terra firma, allowing the tactility of sand, ochre and browns to envelop us. All the colour variations of the world we live in are within reach of our imagination.

“People have always believed that the interior of their home is their real refuge, like caves were once upon a time. The current situation proves however that this is not always the case, and these days, outdoor spaces are actually the best places to be. Fast knows this only too well, because nature is its place of origin, the place where the brand came to be, and from where it wishes to share this life experience with others, in many different ways.” (Alberto Lievore)