Exclusive, modern outdoor furniture: this is the field of distinction of Belgian design house Tribù. In the early nineties, Tribù was a pioneer of the philosophy that the terrace and garden should be seen as extensions of the house. Strengthened by its years of experience, this family-run design house has grown to become an internationally acclaimed brand. Luxury outdoor furniture from Tribù
Designer: Monica Armani
The classic director’s chair has been given a leading role in Italian designer Monica Armani’s refined interpretation. The perfectly balanced chair combines high-tech materials and meticulous attention to detail.
The lattice back has the natural look and tactile appeal of rope. It is handwoven using an innovative weather-resistant fibre, also used to covers the armrests. The slim, elegant profile of the Regista chair is made possible by the use of powdercoated stainless steel. It allows the arms and backrest to be thin yet very strong. The slender legs are finished in durable powdercoated aluminium.
Regista is a sophisticated reinvention of a design icon, a classic addition to Tribù’s stylish outdoor world.
Designer: Lievore Altherr Molina
Inspired from tree branches, the Branch collection looks fluid and organic. The idea behind this collection was to design outdoor furniture that blends in perfectly with nature and has optimal resistance to climatic elements. Designer Manel Molina: "Branch strengthens the emotional connection with nature. It creates a feeling of respect and fascination with the natural environment, as a place to enjoy, nearby and uncomplicated."
Designer: Merckx & Maes
The ILLUM collection refers to the classical Scandinavian furniture archetypes, translated with updated materials for outdoors. Aluminium is used like sculpted wood throughout the collection, with smooth transitions from crisp to soft lines. Functionality is paramount for ILLUM, without compromising on comfort and class however. The soft-curving back support provides an inviting view and seating comfort. The table with its slim legs is kept pure and simple. An extra plus of the table is that it is available in two widths: the standard 98 cm and a smaller version of 71 cm. This last one is the ideal solution for smaller patios and balconies.
Designer: Monica Armani
The Tosca outdoor collection is simultaneously warm and inviting, stylish and intriguing. It was the first time Tribù called upon a female designer to draw an outdoor furniture piece with a more feminine touch. Monica Armani succeeded in her challenge : rounded forms, tapered legs and an elegant seating shell in powdercoated stainless steel, upholstered with extra-wide braiding. The material for the braiding is genuinely innovative : foam mousse is encased in a seamless sheath of knitted textilene and polyolefine which makes the material weather-resistant, but also surprisingly soft to the touch. The seating comfort is especially pleasant, also thanks to the comfortable outdoor cushions.
Designer: Studio Segers
The airy design of the Mood collection and its warm combination of teak and handwoven Tricord in earthbrown or stonegrey makes this outdoor furniture look amazingly natural. The Tricord yarn consists of polyolefin and is weather-resistant, but has nevertheless a very natural look and feel. The soft, rounded design of the table and chairs will immediately create an intimate atmosphere on your patio.
Designer: Monica Armani
Tribù sets in the new outdoor season with the Pavilion Daybed, designed by Monica Armani. The classic canopied bed has been updated with a slimline powdercoated aluminium frame. The daybed can be personalised with a choice of sheer curtain fabrics and paint finishes, while the back and ceiling come in teak slats, aluminium slats or Sunvision (PVC-coated acrylic and polyester fibres). The roof in Sunvision can optionally be moved to enjoy the sun to the fullest. The super-strong Batyline seat lining can be used alone or with 2 comfortable outdoor cushions and can be further customised with a detachable side table.
Designer :Piergiorgio Cazzaniga
Italian designer Piergiorgio Cazzaniga does with the CTR collection what he is good at: making complex designs appear effortless. The collection is characterised by a tube in powdercoated stainless steel that follows the outline of the chair in one continuous line. The curves of the tube are bent at 90° yet keep a round form, which requires great mastery. With a lightness of touch the open weave of the backrest appears to float unsuspended around the seat. The weave is made of weather-resistant Tricord and gives extra support to the back. The seat is upholstered with a water-repellent cushion which can be easily removed