For the past 65 years, Jardin de Ville has been offering contemporary outdoor furniture of incomparable quality and beauty to imbue our outdoor spaces with an elegant, avant-guarde ambience. An anniversary worth celebrating!
Kris Van Puyvelde was inspired to create a strutless umbrella after gazing up at tropical palm leaves swaying in the wind. Composed of an aluminium frame and Sunbrella fabric canopy, the Palma umbrella by Royal Botania is pictured here with O-zon, a sleekly designed lounger whose crisp angles contrast with its curved legs and armrests. Palma and O-zon by Royal Botania, from Jardin de Ville.
Catch Me, a collection with a modern yet relaxed look, combines comfort and function with its stainless steel frame covered in Textilene—a quick-drying, durable mesh fabric—and soft removable cushions. Custom made by Jardin de Ville, the cushions are covered in Sunbrella fabric and available in a wide range of colours. The sectional sofa is complemented by a love seat, lounge chair, and footstool. Catch Me by Jardin de Ville.
The versatile, modular Bari sectional sofa from Jardin de Ville is composed of an aluminum base with grooves to hold the removable backrests. It can therefore be adapted to every need, serving as an armchair, loveseat, and three-seat sofa, with or without armrests and backrests. Custom made by Jardin de Ville, its Sunbrella cushions are available in multiple colours. Bari by Jardin de Ville.
Designed by Mark Gabbertas for Gloster, the exclusive Maya furniture collection offers multiple configurations. Available in a black or white aluminum frame with a wide selection of Sunbrella cushions, this sleek line gives any outdoor space a contemporary ambience. Maya by Gloster, from Jardin de Ville.
Supple yet strong, Manutti’s Flex collection created by Metrica Design Studio features a light, elegant aluminum frame combined with the warmth of a handcrafted teak finish. The unique shape of the legs on this transitional style sofa make it a one-of-a-kind piece. Cushions in Sunbrella fabric custom made by Jardin de Ville in a wide variety of colours complete the timeless Flex collection. Flex by Manutti, from Jardin de Ville.
The Strappy line designed by Kris Van Puyvelde for Royal Botania features a minimalist stainless steel frame to which Polyskin imitation leather seat straps are attached, appearing as if suspended. The pictured Strappy 195 sun lounger and footrest are paired with an ultra-sophisticated Bloom umbrella to provide protection from the sun when relaxing by the water. Strappy and Bloom by Royal Botania, from Jardin de Ville.
The enveloping design of Basket, a line created by Søren Rose Studio for Cane-line, is inspired by traditional wicker furniture. However, these seats are actually made of modern weather-resistant materials, like a powder-coated steel frame. To complete this cozy line, Sunbrella cushions featuring the Cane-line QuickDry & Airflow system ensure the seats will dry quickly after a downpour. Jardin de Ville offers the collection in either a natural rattan look or the graphite version. Basket by Cane-line, from Jardin de Ville.
Designed by Henrik Pedersen for Gloster, the frame for the Mistral collection combines aluminum, teak, and synthetic fibre to form a contrasting whole. Comfort guaranteed, thanks to the generous wraparound backrest and Sunbrella cushions. Mistral by Gloster, from Jardin de Ville.
Cover picture: This lounge set composed of platforms of various sizes and cushions covered in Sunbrella fabric can be customized any way you want. With its innovative grid design, the aluminum (or teak, upon request) seat frame offers the option of filling sections with lava stone tiles to create a side table. Mozaix by Royal Botania, from Jardin de Ville.