Royal Botania Outdoor Furniture
Royal Botania is the designer of iconic, luxury outdoor furniture and lighting. Their modern, incredible quality product is combined with world-class craftsmanship to present clients and customers with a stunning outdoor furniture space. Each Royal Botania design is based on three key elements: aesthetics, ergonomics and engineering. They determine the DNA of every single concept of our trendsetting design. Blending these ingredients together, while fine-tuning their balance, is our basic recipe to produce the best in outdoor furniture design.
The fluent organic lines of the cast aluminium frame are only interrupted by the tapered teak armrests offering a warm design element. The seamless integrated curved backrest plate has two X-shaped openings. They not only serve as aesthetic features but also as fixation points for the backrest cushion. These are attached by means of X-shaped knobs that come standard in the colour of the frame. Teak ones are also offered as an option to match the armrests. They make the Exes chair even more of an eye-catcher.
Modern or classic, the Jive chair blends in with every setting, yet is striking enough to notice. Available in three 3 different versions: A first one harmoniously combines a teak backrest, a smooth tapered aluminium frame and a woven olefin seat padded with a Quickdry foam, into an inviting chair. With this combination of materials Jive blends perfectly into a more sleek contemporary setting, as well as a more classical environment.
- This first version of Jive is both available as a dining chair, as well as a low seater.
- The second version swaps the woven seat for an aluminium plate, to be fitted with a seating cushion.
- Thirdly there is also a full aluminium version of Jive available for those who feel that less is more. More as well when it comes to colours , as on top of anthracite, white and bronze, there are also three pastel colour options; olive green, sky blue and mushroom.
While sheltering from the sun under a palm tree, Kris Van Puyvelde looked up, and saw the leaves slowly wave in the wind. It made him wonder why a garden umbrella couldn’t look this nice. That moment the idea to create a strutless umbrella with the looks of a palm tree was born. Two years later Palma stunned at the Salone in Milan, and shortly after won the prestigious ‘Best of best’ Red Dot Design award.