As we prepare our outdoor spaces for the warm summer days ahead, one Italian outdoor furniture brand stands out for its timeless elegance and effortless integration with nature.
RODA has long been investing in a path of sustainable processes which form an integral part of their business strategy. Known for designing furnishings for luxurious and idyllic outdoor spaces, nurturing a symbiotic relationship between the material and natural world is, to them, an obvious and essential part of their business.
RODA’s all-new MAMBA outdoor sofa system.
A key protagonist in RODA’s latest collection is MAMBA, a collection of upholstered sofas characterized by deep comfort and original design. A striking seating system whose broad assortment of linear and pentagonal modules can be fitted with short and long backrests, it can be arranged in a variety of configurations to suit any space or function.
The company focuses on the use of durable, recycled & recyclable, no-toxic, non-allergenic and certified components in the manufacture of their products, all of which are designed with longevity and timeless style in mind.
Pentagonal module (as seen in above photo) of MAMBA, from RODA.
Straps, fabrics and cording are regenerated using recycled materials through efficient and environmentally friendly processes that reduce the amount of water and chemicals used.
As is the case with RODA’s Levante collection (pictured below), winner of the 2021 GOOD DESIGN® Award, many of RODA’s collections feature FSC® certified teak wood, a designation which ensures the wood is sourced from sustainably managed forests. One of the most attractive qualities of Teak is that it ages well over time, making this collection a truly timeless design.
Teak table and armchairs, part of RODA’s LEVANTE dining collection.
NORMA is new outdoor kitchen designed by Rodolfo Dordoni. An innovative new experience in the world of cooking, the unit’s independent structure makes it adaptable to outdoor spaces both large and small.
RODA’s NORMA outdoor kitchen system, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni.
It consists of two parts – a gas-fuelled cooking module featuring a central double-crown burner and four lateral burners, and a sink module. An optional peninsula may be added as a third element, which can serve as an additional preparation area or small dining table. The space beneath the cooktop consists of larch-wood shelves and a practical utensil rack.
NORMA’s gas-fuelled cooking module, featuring a central double-crown burner, and four lateral burners.
RODA’s extensive lineup of products is available at the Livingspace Interiors showroom in Vancouver.