Easy Dining armchair
Easy is a simple, practical and versatile outdoor furniture collection. In it, its creator, Rocío Gambin, synthesizes the creativity of Italian design with the refined aesthetics of Scandinavian furniture, developing a collection that can be easily integrated into any environment. Easy is balance and harmony, pieces whose clean and orderly lines make this original collection timeless. Easy furniture does not go out of style and adapts perfectly to any need.
The Easy armchair is light, since its structure is made of aluminium, a ductile material, fully recyclable and highly resistant to the elements, ideal for outdoor furniture. However, its open and adaptable personality means that Easy chairs also integrate very well in interior spaces such as living rooms or even kitchens. Easy is pure functionality.
Its original design with neat lines does not neglect comfort. The Easy armchair has been technically developed taking into account ergonomic principles that make this exclusive Diabla Outdoor design a very comfortable piece of furniture.
Light and stackable, the Easy chairs, both with or without arms, are perfect for contract spaces and, in general, for all those surfaces with continually changing configurations such as hotels, restaurants or beach clubs. You can easily move this original designer chair wherever you want to, and to use it when and how you need it.
Combined with the other furniture in the collection, the chair or the side table, the Easy armchair will help you create flexible and dynamic spaces to enjoy with family and friends. Give a personal touch to your terrace or porch by creating fun colour contrasts or harmonize your Easy chairs with the rest of your outdoor furniture. Diabla Outdoor puts its entire colour palette at your disposal.
Rocío Gambín is a industrial design engineer and product designer. While studying at the CEU Cardenal Herrera University in Valencia, the Milan Polytechnic and the Elisava Faculty of Design and Engineering in Barcelona. She developed a true passion for the world of furniture that has led her to work as a technical developer of new furniture designs.
“I like to keep things simple and honest, to stay with the essentials and to be understood. In a chair design to be as encapsulated as possible, any extra
features are superfluous”.