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Exuding the robust linear style that is the hallmark of his buildings, Spanish architect Ramón Esteve’s Caicos series of modular outdoor furniture boasts a pure and simple form. Rows of parallel slats serve as the foundation to the pieces, which creates a contrast between shadow and light. 

Made from sustainably harvested teak, the space-defining pieces were influenced by 1950s international resort style and are strong enough to use as separates but really sing when used together to establish a welcoming outdoor destination.

The modular elements can be configured to form endless scenarios, including four-seater sofas, L- and U-shape sectionals and single armless lounge chairs. Teak slatted backs and sides enhance the architectural quality of the pieces, which are available in a range of standard and special-order outdoor upholstery textiles.

Naturally durable and impervious to sun, rain, frost and snow, the teak wood is untreated so as to develop a naturally weathered patina. A chaise lounge and three tables are also included in the collection.

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