Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356
Tumbona 356

356 Chaiselongue

Precio habitual 590 € Oferta TAX included

Colour Blanco

Detalles del producto

  • Medidas: 200x80x36 cm (length x width x height)
  • Materiales: Made of rotomoulded 100% recyclable polyethylene.

Downloads

Plazo entrega: 3-4 dias 20-30 dias
Pablo Gironés

Pablo Gironés

“I'm interested in unusual objects. For me, a good design is one that I'd take with me if I moved house. I detest seeing copies, I find it unforgivable when something is copied opportunistically. A design must be, above all, original. I get inspiration from looking: during a journey, visiting an exhibition, leafing through a book of classics... personally I've always been attracted by Rationalism. If you work in design, you need to observe and review”.

Pablo Gironés is a consultant specialising in marketing, art management and product strategy who works independently for contemporary design furniture companies. Although his training background is in Economic Sciences, his career led him into the world of furniture practically from the outset. After a short period in a business connected with the sector and owned by his family, in 1996 he teamed up with architect Ramón Esteve to set up the contemporary furniture firm Babia Mobles, which would be acquired by GANDIABLASCO in 2000.
From then onwards, Pablo Gironés became a shareholder as well as Marketing and Product Director for GANDIABLASCO, where he worked for more than a decade on ideas for the company's collections and for its showrooms all over the world. His involvement in the more creative side of the business eventually encouraged him to venture into designing some of the products himself.
In 2011 he set up his own office in Valencia and embarked on an independent career as a marketing and product strategy director, which has resulted in collaboration with other Spanish firms, including Punt, Mad Lab and Point. In addition, he teaches design, strategy and branding in a number of education institutions in Valencia, such as the CEU San Pablo University and the Escola D’Art i Superior de Disseny.
José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales

José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales

“I'm a big fan of the outdoor life in the Mediterranean, where I was born. For me, good design should be stripped back, timeless, harmonious and functional, these are the qualities I try to work on as a designer. Beyond an elegant, minimalist look, I like to think about the constructive possibilities of my designs, that's why I tend to work with architects. I find inspiration in anything that excites me, whether it's architecture, painting, sculpture, dance or nature. I suppose my personality is another factor that gives my designs their distinctive look”.

José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales is Chairman and Artistic Director of GANDIABLASCO. He belongs to the second generation to head the company and in the nineties he was the one who led the firm in its shift towards contemporary design and internationalisation. In addition to continuing with the textile products business inherited from his father, José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales also began exploring the possibility of starting up a parallel range of specialist outdoor furniture and accessories.

Ever since he joined the company, José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales has been driving forward its steady progress towards contemporary design, both in terms of products and the brand. Working alongside designers Marisa Gallén and Sandra Figuerola, he renovated the company's image, introducing the current logo based on the stylised silhouette of a cat. However, it was building his summer house in Ibiza in 1996 and needing to source outdoor furniture that fitted in with its architectural style that prompted José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales's first venture into furniture design. He worked alongside the architect to develop the Na Xemena collection, which would be the basis of GANDIABLASCO's future incursion into the world of contemporary outdoor furniture.

Owing to the great reception of the company's first outdoor furniture collections in the market, production was later split into two brands: GANDIABLASCO specialising in outdoor products and GAN in textile items. Diabla is the third brand set up by José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales and is his most recent business project. With an imaginative and visionary style with undeniable Mediterranean influences, he has produced many furniture and accessory designs over the years for both GANDIABLASCO and GAN. He is behind the creation of a major part of the Diabla collection with pieces like LipstickClipPicnic and Clack!