PIPER | Chaise en Batyline® By RODA
Chaise de jardin en Batyline®
Rodolfo Dordoni expands the PIPER collection, which is enriched and completed with new elements.
PIPER offers a wide variety of stackable chairs and armchairs, and comfort chairs that represent the highest expression of the RODA mix & match project. As for the sofa system, in fact, all the chairs and the dining chairs of the PIPER collection are proposed with braided belts or Batyline lining: elements that have characterized the collection since its creation. In addition to these materials, for the chair with and without armrests, is also a padded belt lining.
The seat of the chair is in teak or synthetic material, with an optional cushion.
Also for the PIPER dining chairs, the structure is available in the smoke color, in the rust and in the milk finishes, combined with all the color variants of belts and Batyline.
PIPER is therefore currently the most varied collection, as it offers the possibility to have a real mix of colors, finishes and materials to offer utmost customization, however interpreted with RODA touch, with the exquisite and refined style that has always distinguished the company's proposals.
The PIPER is a vast collection for exclusive outdoor furniture. Its many elements furnish every instant of outdoor living. There is the conviviality of sofas for many guests; the privileged relaxation of a sun lounger; the practicality of a tabletop perched on a precious frame. The materials are loyal mainstays: painted aluminium, robust belts and Batyline. The comfort offered by the outdoor sofa system and the generously sized sun loungers expands to the dining area: the extendable outdoor table combines a wide variety of stackable dining chairs and armchiars available in a wide range of different materials and colors, including teak wood for the structures. Padded belts are available for certain models of chairs. In other words, many pieces and many finishes. A je ne sais quoi holds everything together, something found in Rodolfo Dordoni’s very first pencil sketches.