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356 chaise lounge

from Gandia Blasco

356 chaise lounge

Design Jose A. Gandia-Blasco
Rotationally molded polyethylene
Made in Spain by Gandiablasco

If you're looking for a design that will make a strong impact, you’ll undoubtedly achieve it with the lounger in the 356 collection. This is an item that hardly goes unnoticed thanks to its aerodynamic look, inspired by the first Porsche 356 cars from the 1950s. As it has such a strong presence, you won't need much else to furnish your outdoor space. If you go for a bold color like pink or red, the impact will be even greater.

This lounger is a highly recommendable design for intensive use because, thanks to its shape and the fact that it's made from 100% recyclable polyethylene, it is particularly ergonomic, comfortable and durable. With this lounger the hours will slip by without you noticing. If you want to add a side table, take a look at the low model in the 356 collection, which goes perfectly with it.

José Antonio Gandía-Blasco Canales was born in Ontinyent, Valencia. After studying law at the Valencia University, he joined the family business GANDIA BLASCO, a blanket manufacturer. After travelling throughout Spain as a business agent, he began to take on more responsibilities which led to reshaping the image of the company. The current logo was created, the silhouette of a graceful kitten, as well as the first reversible design carpet collection, which later received the IMPIVA Award 1990 for innovation. José A. is not only president of the company but also the art director. He has designed a large part of the furniture and textile collections that are being commercialized today.

14" h l 31" w | 79" d | 66.66 lbs.

$1,160.00 + free shipping
(please allow 8-12 weeks for delivery)
average rating: 5
Gandia Blasco began as a family business in 1941, manufacturing blankets before becoming known primarily for their outdoor furniture. Located outside Valencia and managed by Jos3 Gandia-Blasco (father of Jose Antonio, current company president), the company mainly employed people from neighboring towns and remained in the blanket business until the mid 1980's. International competition pushed them to modernize, and they did so by expanding into the carpet and textile markets. Their success with outdoor furniture came when Jose Antonio was furnishing his home and developed the "Na Xemena"? line with the house's architect, Ramon Esteve. This collection popularized the company and caused a change in approach and philosophy to combine comfort with functionality and aesthetic integrity.


356 chaise lounge

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