Martin was created Contour as an "opulent but restrained" adaptation of Mauritian thatch-roofed daybeds, with oversized proportions and layered organic shapes that reference Ubald Klug's 1970s Terrazza sofa.
The Contour daybed is realised with circular forms that make an architectural statement and high-quality materials including a marine-grade stainless steel frame, a basket-weave fabric canopy, and upholstery in Spanish brand Crevin's indoor-outdoor Fiji fabric.
The textured jacquard weave textile has a premium look while being UV-resistant and easy to clean.
"The sunburnt greens and pale sandy fawn colours of the West Coast provided particular inspiration, as well as affirmation for a proof-of-concept outdoor shoot introducing the daybed," said the brand.
There is a choice of eight fabric colours and 22 powder-coated frame colours, all in understated shades that are said to evoke the landscapes of Martin's home in Cape Town, South Africa.
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