We know Cassina as a manufacturer of legendary designer furniture, from Le Corbusier to Charlotte Perriand to Patricia Urquiola. But until now, their designs had never ventured outside. With patios having a big moment right now, it was necessary to offer new lines of furniture that could resist any type of temperature or weather. By asking Philippe Starck to design living room furniture capable of spending the winter outside, Cassina proves they are in touch with their time. The collection is a journey somewhere between Palm Springs and Brazil seen by Niemeyer, from the 1970s to today. From the fabrics and colors to the structural lines, this is a hit.