Trip Low Chair by Diabla
Designed by José A. Gandía Blasco Canales
Trip can be used as a portable chair and as well as to create a stylish and casual atmosphere in an outdoor space. Its low height facilitates a relaxed position, so it is ideal for informal environments near swimming pools, terraces, balconies or garden areas. If you do not have that much space, you can store it folded and bring it out only when you need it.
This chair holds perfectly to the elements and is very light thanks to its special outdoor plastic sling and its tubular aluminium structure. This the monochrome version, in which the frame and the sling are the same color. It is also available in a two-tone option, with a white structure and a contrasting sling in the colour of your choice.
Thermo lacquered aluminium
Available in 7 Colours : White, Pink, Red, Grey, Anthracite, Sand & Bronze
520mmW x 610mmD x 710mmH, 300mm Seat HeightSHOW MORE SHOW LESS
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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
José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales
José Antonio Gandía-Blasco Canales was born in Ontinyent, Valencia. After studying law at the Valencia University, he joined the family business GANDIA BLASCO, a blanket manufacturer.
After travelling throughout Spain as a business agent, he began to take on responsibilities in the company. With the help of Marisa Gallén and Sandra Figuerola, designers, Gandía Blasco reshaped the image of the company. The current logo was created, the silhouette of a graceful kitten, as well as the first reversible design carpet collection, which later received the IMPIVA Award 1990 for innovation.
The building of his summer residence in Ibiza in 1996 and the need to furnish the house with outdoor furniture that would match the architectonic concept, took José A. to take a closer look at furniture design for the first time. In close collaboration with the architect, they developed the “Na Xemena” collection which is still the outdoor furniture reference of the company Gandia Blasco. The consolidation of this new product line contributed to the diversification strategy of the company.
In 1999 he inherited the company, and started with the definitive structural change.
José A. managed to lead the activities of a solvent family business towards the international benchmark it is today. Experimenting and innovating with materials and shapes, he has been able to turn the ideas of a lover of the Mediterranean culture into a brand image and lifestyle which are well known on the five continents.
José A. is not only president of the company but also the art director. He designed a large part of the furniture and textile collections that are being commercialised today by GANDIA BLASCO worldwide.
Urban furniture collections such as ‘Valencia’ (benches and wastepaper baskets), the outdoor furniture line ‘356’, which are both signed together with Pablo Gironés, the ‘Saler’ collection or accessories such as the daybed, torches, lamps, lanterns and candlesticks; carpets like ‘Mota 2’, ‘Círculos’, ‘Wall’, ‘Champiñones’, the duvet cover ‘Piedras’; all of them being products that can easily be identified with Gandia Blasco lifestyle.