Capa comprises an armchair, sofa and table, each envisioned by the Danish designer to be as pared-back as possible.
According to Rose, the collection encapsulates the concept of hygge – a Danish term that refers to finding contentment in simplicity.
The two-seater sofa and armchair both feature a tubular aluminium base with smooth, curved edges and contrasting armrests made from iroko wood.
They can be complemented with a matching, low-lying coffee table.
The frame and cushions for each product are available in a variety of colours, allowing users to tailor the seating to their outdoor space. There are also 11 different finishes for the tabletop, ranging from smooth to veined.
"As a designer, you always work to invent something that does not exist," Rose explained. "It is like a constant struggle to find a purpose or a need that gives you the solution to a problem."
"With Gandia Blasco, we have tried to combine its lifestyle and minimalist universe with the Danish concept of hygge, a philosophy of life that encourages you to enjoy simple and relaxed plans with the people you love."
About Dezeen Showroom: Dezeen Showroom offers an affordable space for brands to launch new products and showcase their designers and projects to Dezeen's huge global audience. For more details email [email protected].
Dezeen Showroom is an example of partnership content on Dezeen. Find out more about partnership content here.