Unopiù, company leader in the production and distribution of design furniture and accessories for the outdoors, was founded in the heart of Tuscia over forty years ago. Unopiù’s mission is to furnish every outdoor area of the home with the same care and passion as is dedicated to the indoors, conceiving and creating elegant functional areas where relaxing inspirational moments may be enjoyed in true Italian style. The company offers a “total look” for any type of ambience, from the urban balcony to the gardens of great villas in the countryside. During the 2019 Design Week in Milan, Unopiù had great visibility in FuoriSalone with events, installations and animations for the entire week and beyond, in some of the most prestigious locations in Milan: such the historic boutique in the heart of Brera, the Courtyard of Università Statale and the Botanical Gardens in Brera.
The company has presented several collections. The Welcome collection exalts form and highlights details, following ancient craft techniques. In the Welcome collection the teak slats of the structure can be finished with a synthetic cord cover that highlights line and bestows inimitable character. The Tweed collection is excellence rewarded for refined design: the encounter between teak and stainless steel symbolizes the union of tradition with modernity and of craftsmanship with design. The modular Treble system expresses a strong personality and contemporary taste through its alternating materials: from bronze colored aluminium to handwoven poliolefin cord. The Sunlace modular system offers infinite furnishing options. Alone or assembled according to taste and need, these modules become the feature of living areas dedicated to entertainment and relaxation. The new product Hugo is a sunlounger and complete the collection. Fruit of the clever combination of teak, stainless steel and techno fabric, the Hugo collection satisfies both functional and aesthetic needs by merging the side tables with the seats to create a floating effect. In fact every single piece seems to be suspended not only within its upholstery, but also suspended in time, because the inspiration for this simple but sophisticated collection dates back to the work of Milo Baughman, one of the masters of early 50s design. In 2019 the collection has been completed with a roomy and comfortable sunlounger with techno fabric upholstery.