Johannes Foersom, Peter Hiort-Lorenzen
Our new Conic outdoor modular lounge group is the latest development of Danish designers Foresom & Hiort-Lorenzen. Their assignment was to create a new modular lounge group that offers different opportunities than the popular outdoor Diamond lounge series, yet still building upon the same all-weather Cane-line Tex cushions. A long process was initiated and many solutions were discussed. The result was a unique frame, made from conic pipes that clearly mark the character of the modules. In order to enhance the unique frame, new Cane-line Tex straps were developed offering a more transparent outdoor design.
Conic is built on a design principle of simplicity – less is more. With only 4 modules, it’s possible to create numerous lounge groups and sofas fitting your garden or terrace perfectly. It is even possible to create two different seat depths, thus different types of comfort. By using the Daybed module together with the 2-seater left and right module you can build a huge nest or a cool lounge group with both the classic sitting comfort and the more relaxed laidback style from the daybed module.
Conic comes with an easy to use connection system that can be installed without having to flip the furniture around. One simply clicks the connector to the frames underneath the cushions, and the sofa is secured together
The Conic coffee table gives you a elegant and practical way to connect your Conic lounge modules. The coffee table is easily attached to the different modules, and can be used as a spacing between two modules, or as a nice coffee table. The table has an aluminium frame and is therefore very easy to move around. The Conic coffee table has also been designed by the renowned Danish design duo Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen
Product group: Garden lounge Garden armchairs Garden sofas modular modular 2-seater open base open base with armrests with armrests without armrests without armrests with seat and backrest upholstered with seat and backrest upholstered with base in steel with base in steel with four-leg base with four-leg base
Designer: Johannes Foersom Peter Hiort-Lorenzen