Arp Two Seat Sofa by Diabla
Designed by Borja Garcíaand and Laura Rosfrom
The spirit of Arp is based on an abstraction of the cast-iron architecture of the 19th century applied to outdoor furniture from the innovation and the avant-garde.
The Arp two-seat sofa is developed from a tubular structure in textured aluminium, an expressive and functional material. “The light that the anodised finish reflects is magical, full of nuances, while a raw finish is rough and sincere.
The removable cushions filled with polyurethane foam provide comfort.
Powder-coated aluminium structure
Available in 7 colours : White, Pink, Red, Grey, Anthracite, Sand & Bronze
Polyurethane foam rubber covered with water-repellent fabric. Removable upholstery
Available in a range of House fabrics
1500mmW x 740mmD x 1070mmH, Seat Height 470mm
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Diabla enjoys the outdoor life 365 days a year!
A new Spanish brand of outdoor furniture and accessories that celebrate spending time outdoors.
Diabla designs have an open, enthusiastic and cosmopolitan approach to creating original and creative outdoor furniture designs.
With an inspiring attitude that offers creative solutions for stylish environments, Diabla uses bold colourways for its products that add something new and express new lifestyles.
Its collections are developed with the support of the resources and knowledge accumulated by Gandia Blasco Group regarding design culture, production and business development.
About the designer
He was born in Valencia in 1980. He studied a Technical Engineering degree in Industrial Design in Cardenal Herrera-CEU University and collaborated with various local studios. He went to Milan in 2001 to finish his training in the Design Continuum Italia studio. In 2002, he founded the Nazca studio with Joaquín García and Esther Tornero, which undertook industrial design projects.
Together they participated in the first edition of Salón NUDE and other exhibitions in Valencia and Barcelona. After launching various products on the market and winning national and international awards, the three partners went their separate ways two years later. It was at this time that he decided to become independent and set up the Borja García Studio. Since that time, he has been undertaking industrial and communication design projects, has won several national awards and has participated in exhibitions in Tokyo, Milan, St-Etienne, Shanghai, Beijing, Sao Paulo, Fortaleza, Athens, Lisbon, Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia. In parallel, he studied architecture at the university of Valencia and founded the Enproyecto Arquitectura studio with Jorge Cortés and Sergio Gª-Gasco in 2005. This studio carried out ephemeral architecture projects for companies such as Puntmobles, Canal +, Vondom, Aidima as well as participating in several editions of Casadecor Valencia.
Leaving Enproyecto Arquitectura in 2011, he reunited both disciplines of industrial design and architecture under his own single brand, offering professional services in both sectors. In parallel, he started teaching in 2006 in Cardenal Herrera-CEU University, where today he is a project lecturer in the Industrial Design and Architecture degree courses.