Modern Outdoor Lounging

Last year, Belgian outdoor furniture firm Royal Botania introduced its two-person Wave lounger (starting at $26,600). Designed by Erik Nyberg and Gustav Ström, this canopied lounge of electro-polished stainless steel and mesh, completely suspended off the ground, is typical of the company’s highly engineered designs. After considerable international success and design accolades, Royal Botania gave Wave a baby brother, Surf, which starts at $11,700. Also In the collection is designer Kris Van Puyvelde’s D-Lux, a high-tech chaise made of laser-cut aluminum that looks like something out of Tron ($4,700 in white, $5,000 in customizable colors), though it was actually inspired by the female body. (212.812.9852, www.royalbotania.com)

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