Spanish-born and Milan-based designer Patricia Urquiola has been featured in Dwell a handful of times throughout the years (most recently she appeared in our Women in Design Timeline). One of the most prominent contemporary female designers, Urquiola has an impressive oeuvre ranging from furniture to lighitng to textiles and more. Here, we share 10 favorites from her portfolio.
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Spanish-born, Milan-raised designer Patricia Urquiola is widely responsible for making contemporary outdoor furniture just as appealing as its high-design interior counterparts. This aluminum-framed mini-cottage with balau-wood slats is no exception: Urquiola describes it as "the definitive refuge in which to enjoy the outdoors."
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