This portable chair is perfect to bring outdoors, but also as a permanent fixture for any space. Its elegant and, at the same time, casual aesthetic is inspired by the traditional beach or countryside folding chairs, reimagined in their chicest version. Since it is foldable and very light, you will want to take it anywhere.
Trip can be used as a portable chair and as well as to create a stylish and casual atmosphere in an outdoor space. Its low height facilitates a relaxed position, so it is ideal for informal environments near swimming pools, terraces, balconies or garden areas. If you do not have that much space, you can store it folded and bring it out only when you need it.
This chair holds perfectly to the elements and is very light thanks to its special outdoor plastic sling and its tubular aluminum structure. This the monochrome version, in which the frame and the sling are the same color. It is also available in a two-tone option, with a white structure and a contrasting sling in the color of your choice.
The Trip chair can be a great ally for residential or contract spaces that need to be cleared out or reconfigured frequently because it folds, weighs very little and it is easy to transport.
If you are looking for a side table to go with it, do not miss those from our Valentina and D12 series.
Do you need to furnish a kid’s area? Because of its low seat height, the Trip chair can also work as a small hammock for children.
Take advantage of the variety of sling color options available to create a colorful configuration in your outdoor area. Remember that you can consult our colour card to make sure your choice chromatically harmonizes with your space.
José A. Gandía Blasco Canales
Designer and president and creative director of Gandia Blasco Group. In the 90’s managed to lead the activities of the family business towards the international design benchmark it is today.Diabla is the third brand he has set up and is his most recent business project.
“Beauty has to be functional in any piece of furniture. I like to think of pieces that have been in the collective imagination for a long time, which is why they easily connect with people.Redesigning them brings them closer to the current user”.
A design studio interested in bringing a twist to traditional design and creating its own language, exploring new concepts, and turning products into visual games, also known as “emotional design”
“Our designs are always inspired by sensations, even anecdotes, from our daily lives. Those day-to-day emotions, big and small, constitute the germ of the idea and are later transferred to the product or thefinal project and seek, in turn, to awaken that same feeling in the user or viewer”.