If there is an ideal time to think about the renovation of your company's furniture is August. A quieter month in business, August is perfect for putting into perspective what works (or not) in your office and planning a renewal in full or only in specific areas.
Not all companies have an outside space, but those with this privilege usually misuse these important areas. Having Portugal one of the best climates in Europe and more hours of sunlight, the outdoor spaces are natural extensions of the cafeteria or indoor meeting areas, providing an ideal place to eat, gather and share ideas with the team. Whether it's a converted warehouse with a patio or office on the 10th floor with terrace, the outdoor space can be one of the most inspiring spaces of the office, full of natural light, fresh air, plants and of course handpicked furniture, here are some great suggestions.
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Designed by the Bouroullec brothers for Vitra, this chair is perfect for the outdoors for the simplicity and visual lightness.
Produced from painted tubular steel, the Pedrali chaise longue is sturdy and comfortable, being the perfect place to get inspiration for the next project.
Produced by Gandia Blasco, the Bali sunshade is the ideal accessory for the outdoors, providing a generous shade.
Created in 1962 by Miguel Milá, this elegant lamp by Santa & Cole is an excellent solution to brighten the exterior (or interior) space of your company.
Completing Vitra's Belleville collection, this rectangular table is an essential element on the outside, whether for dining or meeting.
We may think that the exterior is not suitable for rugs, but the GL collection designed by Patricia Urquiola for GAN gives a welcoming touch to outdoor spaces.