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Explore - Dwell
The three-part planter shows up its humble terra-cotta cousins by putting the growing process on display. The clear body is also a four-week water reservoir.
Two former Georg Jensen colleagues bring a similar heirloom approach to their new venture, a company producing handmade goods from classic materials, like the ash wood shown here.
The Copenhagen studio brings a dash of Danish influence to its clean-lined outdoor collection.
The round, concrete landscape planter is finished with a raised geometric motif and a raw, sandblasted finish.
More complex than it seems at first glance, each of Novague’s origami-inspired aluminum chairs requires eight hours of fabrication.
Handblown curves and smoked glass options make this carafe, and its lid that can double as cup, a no-brainer for outdoor entertaining.
Cheery, textured textiles for the beach or poolside designed by the impresarios of pastel, Dutch design duo Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings.
Fade- and mildew-resistant Sunbrella fabric in an ironwork pattern.
A solution-dyed acrylic-and-polyester blend is available in five colors.
The first outdoor fabric from the Danish textile company is made of polyolefin fiber.
Woven polypropylene is finished with eco-friendly GreenShield.
The up-to-the-moment geometry of this outdoor-appropriate table is extra versatile, thanks to its powder-coated steel top and legs, available in 48 colors.
Named for a character in Robert Altman’s film MASH, this weather-resistant lounge chair is sized to fit smaller urban spaces.
The ash-and-lacquered-aluminum light sports a rustproof steel hook that can be hung from a tree branch.
Bioethanol fuel—a semi-renewable resource made from common crops—powers this backyard heat source.
An ergonomic armchair with a woven structure that references both undulating sand dunes and the children’s game cat’s cradle.
A Danish designer who learned the ropes working in his father’s furniture factory brings a sleek Scandinavian touch to a line of outdoor pieces.
The minimalist designer’s series for the Spanish outdoor company incorporates an Indian style of weaving wire around a metal frame.
Bocce, a lawn game whose lineage can be traced to the Roman Empire, is modernized with this hand-painted set by a Brooklyn studio.
Imagine this sleek lacquered lamp had eight twisting arms instead of four straight legs (or simply translate its name from French), and the true muse for this fixture will be revealed.