Mareta XL lounge chair
Mareta XL feels like falling on a ball pit. It is a large chill-out lounge chair filled with polystyrene beads that reposition and intuitively adapt to the shape of your body. Its marked rectilinear forms contrast with the softness of its filling. It is, without a doubt, one of our most dangerous designs. The depth of its seat and its softness will leave you no option, you won’t be able to leave this chair!
n combination with its little sister, the Mareta, seat, you can configure a complete outdoor chill-out lounge area. Additionally, since they are light elements, they can be reoriented or reconfigured with ease, adjusting to the needs of the moment. And if you’re looking to create a space with visual rhythm, combine these seats with the bean bag Sail. The Sail and Mareta collections share the same fabrics, so they will look good together.
The Sail and Mareta collections share the same fabrics, so they will look good together. Also, its textile covers are specially designed for continuous outdoor use and they are completely removable, so they can be easily washed.
Would you like an auxiliary table to go with it? Do not miss our Arumi collection.
If you would like to make this seat even more comfortable and complete it with an ottoman, this model from the Sail series may be the answer.
Create a complete chill-out atmosphere with our lanterns.
Take a look at the powerful yellow, green, blue and, of course, Diabla red, from our textile collection. If you would rather do it all in the same colour, you won’t fall short of options.
Dare to experiment with colour combinations. Mix similar or contrasting shades to create an outdoor area, Diabla-style. Use our colour chart to make sure your choice matches your colour scheme.
Héctor Serrano trained in Industrial Design in Valencia and he founded his studio in London before he graduated from Royal College of Art. It soon became famous thanks to the innovative approach with which Héctor turns everyday products on their head.
“I try to create products and projects with which I feel identified in the most human, emotional and extraordinary way possible. Somehow I combine two seemingly opposite concepts: innovation and familiarity”