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The D12 collection of outdoor furniture and accessories arises from a series of elements designed by architect Marià Castelló for the Bosc d’ project in Pep Ferrer, his own house on the island of Formentera. Castelló transfers the minimalist, serene and balanced character of his home on the island to a series of singular aesthetics, simple pieces with basic lines conceived for practical purposes.

The D12 collection is made with 12 mm diameter steel rods, which is where its name comes from. A versatile and resistant material, especially outdoors, but which, thanks to its clean and elegant appearance, fits perfectly in interior spaces. Due to their lightness, the elements of the D12 collection blur the line between interior and exterior: you can relocate them, take them from the living room to your balcony effortlessly, making them adapt to your needs.


This exclusive Diabla Outdoor collection is made up of a table, two coat racks of different heights, a side table and a discreet wall shelf model. Create designs with rhythm in terms of sizes by combining the D12 table with its side table, both of which are ideal for supporting a book or a tray with drinks next to an armchair or lounger. The D12 side table also has a practical upper handle from which you can easily carry it between your spaces. The coat racks in the collection, available in two heights, will help you not only to hang coats and bags but also as a towel rack in a lounge area by the pool.

Try complementing the set with the D12 wall shelves, available in groups of four units. With Diabla Outdoor‘s colour palette you can create surprising and fun colour contrasts, as well as select soft colours that harmonise with the rest of your furniture.

The D12 collection of outdoor furniture and accessories arises from a series of elements designed by architect Marià Castelló for the Bosc d’ project in Pep Ferrer, his own house on the island of Formentera. Castelló transfers the minimalist, serene and balanced character of his home on the island to a series of singular aesthetics, simple pieces with basic lines conceived for practical purposes.

The D12 collection is made with 12 mm diameter steel rods, which is where its name comes from. A versatile and resistant material, especially outdoors, but which, thanks to its clean and elegant appearance, fits perfectly in interior spaces. Due to their lightness, the elements of the D12 collection blur the line between interior and exterior: you can relocate them, take them from the living room to your balcony effortlessly, making them adapt to your needs.

This exclusive Diabla Outdoor collection is made up of a table, two coat racks of different heights, a side table and a discreet wall shelf model. Create designs with rhythm in terms of sizes by combining the D12 table with its side table, both of which are ideal for supporting a book or a tray with drinks next to an armchair or lounger. The D12 side table also has a practical upper handle from which you can easily carry it between your spaces. The coat racks in the collection, available in two heights, will help you not only to hang coats and bags but also as a towel rack in a lounge area by the pool.

Try complementing the set with the D12 wall shelves, available in groups of four units. With Diabla Outdoor‘s colour palette you can create surprising and fun colour contrasts, as well as select soft colours that harmonise with the rest of your furniture.

Designer

Marià Castelló

Marià Castelló studied Architecture in Barcelona at the UPC-ETSAB. He is originally from Formentera, where he founded his studio after graduating in 2002. Research and conservation work in this small Balearic island have shaped his professional career.

“I always had a sensitivity for the plastic arts in general; painting, sculpture, photography, and, in a particular way, with design and architecture, because it needs a previous study, before undertaking the work. “

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