Solanas Tu&Yo Sofa by Gandiablasco
Designed by Daniel Germani
The Solanas Tu&Yo Sofa combines the comfort of its voluminous cushions and pillows with the warmth of an avant-garde design with soft undulating lines.
Its armrests are made with the ultra-resistant material resting atop a structure in a high-quality powder-coated paint finish, which makes it a highly resistant piece of outdoor furniture.
Tu&Yo sofa can be customised in a wide variety of colours and special fabrics for outdoor use.
The versatility of this design allows you to combine it with any other piece of furniture in the collection, creating unique environments that adapt to any environment, from small gardens to large contract facilities.
Powder coated aluminium & Micro Perforated Sheet
Available in White, Agate Grey, Sand, Gold, Bronze, Wine Red, Blue Grey, Grey Blue, Night Blue, Cement Grey, Bottle Green, Anthracite, Quartz Grey & Black
Optional – Dekton Arm finish in an array of natural look stone & Black
Seat in polyurethane foam rubber and polyester fibre with water-repellent fabric.
Removable technical upholstery for outdoor use.
Available in a wide range of house fabrics.
1350mmW x 870mmD x 820mmH, Seat Height 450mm, arm height 670mmH.SHOW MORE SHOW LESS
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Passion for life outdoors, a dream come true on the edge of a cliff north of Ibiza. Our first outdoor furniture collection’s elemental and architectural geometry transcended borders thanks to its ability to respond to canons of timelessness and universality.
Its refined, purely architectural design, made of aluminium profiles combined with polyethylene, opened up market niches that didn’t exist until then, confirming the company’s expansion to every continent. The essential design of architectural lines defines the personality of GANDIABLASCO’s furniture and pergolas collections, together with the concept of extensive collections.
More than furniture, these are fresh and elegant products that complement each other to create environments where one can enjoy the outdoors, Mediterranean-style.
About the designer
“Daniel Germani is the Creative Director and Founder of Daniel Germani Designs, a firm that specialises in custom modern furniture, interior design and architectural renovation. After earning his architecture degree in his country of Argentina, Daniel spent eight years in Europe working in various creative and entrepreneurial endeavours.
While his firm is based out of Phoenix, AZ, Daniel travels the world doing collaborative design work with leading global brands such as Cosentino, Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens, Riva 1920 and Gandia Blasco. ASA-D2, an outdoor kitchen designed in partnership with Dekton by Cosentino and Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens, has earned top industry accolades such as the Interior Design 2017 Best of Year (BOY) Award for Outdoor Furniture and a finalist in the 2017 NYCxDesign Awards, among others.
His latest work, a credenza-inspired bath vanity called DeKauri designed in collaboration with Dekton by Cosentino, Riva1920, Fantini and Juniper won a best of KBIS Silver Award at the 2018 Kitchen + Bath Industry Show, 2018 Architectural Digest Great Design Award, 2018 NYCXDesign Awards in the Bathroom category and The German Design Awards in the Excellence in Design, Bathroom Category.
His collaboration with the iconic outdoor furniture brand Gandia Blasco, Solanas, was a finalist in the 2018 NYCXDesign Awards. His designs have been featured in leading media outlets, including Architectural Digest, ELLE Décor, LUXE Interiors + Design, Modern Luxury, Robb Report, Interior Design, Surface, Wallpaper, Mansion Global, The LA Times, Town & Country, and more.
Daniel’s global design leadership has earned him several panel engagements at top industry conferences and fairs: The Montreal World Design Summit, panels at London’s Clerkenwell Design Week, Salone del Mobile 2018 and at the 2017 and 2018 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS).
Daniel’s aesthetic is influenced by the Bauhaus, Oscar Neimeyer, Le Corbusier, Mies and Frank Lloyd Wright, and his philosophy is simple: good design should always be honest and inspiring.”