Haldane Martin: There’s a New Outdoor Collection!

We’re saluting the sun together with Haldane Martin and a fabulous new outdoor sofa collection: Papa Sun!  Designed in Cape Town, the curvaceous Papa Sun collection embodies the character of the city: Luxe Urban-Chic Outdoor-Living.

With it’s simplified, scooped form, Papa Sun is a luxuriously comfortable, contemporary bend on the round Malaysian cane papasan chair, popularized in Western culture in post-war 1950s.

Step outside & sink into the deep comfort of moon-shaped seats. Poised as if floating in mid air, the luxe round nests are held by minimal round stainless-steel tubing. Curl up in luxury engulfed in modern fibre cushions, supportively scooped-up by curved ribs of stainless-steel solid rod.

The most coveted spot to unwind is also an aesthetic statement piece for the metropolitan patio.

It’s the ideal plush retreat for you and your book, cosy in the bedroom, under a tree in the garden or out in the sun next to the pool. Whether it’s an accent piece you’re after or an entire lounge set to entertain friends & family, this curvaceous outdoor collection sporting 1,2 & 3-seater sofas is a summer dream come true!

A round bowl of graphic wire stripes with ergonomic structure and functional materiality, Haldane Martin’s Papa Sun is an architectural & simple take on the bohemian classic. This is certainly a statement collection – eye-catching from every angle!

Now, with 5 new furniture collections released in 2019, Haldane Martin is bringing contemporary South African identity to exterior spaces. With their good-looks, customisable finish options and optimal functionality Hula, Cha Cha, Polka and Papa Sun collections make exquisite additions to premium spaces indoors or out in the elements! Over-looking the sea & the city in oceanic hues, they’re a fusion of function, form & South African flair, photographed by Henrique Wilding at Ilkley Crescent (Kluk CGDT).

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