Go Modern introduce new Outdoor Furniture from Manutti, Tribu and Point

Go Modern are delighted to offer the latest outdoor furniture designs from Manutti, Tribùand Point.

Belgium based companies Manutti and Tribù are internationally recognised experts in their field, pioneers of the philosophy that the terrace and garden should be seen as extensions of the house. Their furniture is seen all around the world; gracing the terraces of luxury villas and the decks of super-yachts through to bijou city gardens. Both companies have years of expertise and flexibility with respect to finishes, colours and fabrics.  Their weather-proof designs are UV, mould and chlorine-proof, with specially created internal drainage channels built into frames; fabric seams are welded as well as sewn for extra durability and cushions are always filled with quick-dry foam.

Spanish based Point is a family run business with almost 100 years of experience in the industry.  The company’s hand-finished artisan look has an emphasis on fibre-woven material and extremely high quality synthetic rattan, allowing them to produce some of the elegant and contemporary designs in the world of outdoor furniture.


With soft curved lines and ultra-comfortable cushions, the Kobo garden armchair is part of a brand new collection including a three seat sofa, designed to create a relaxing garden haven.  Made using hand-woven rope around a strong, invisible frame.

Designed by the award-winning Lionel Doyen, the Solid chairs have beautifully hand-carved, solid wood teak frames.

Shaped like a gentle wave, the new Ondulat range by Vicent Martínez, includes an elegant 1930s inspired Sun lounger and a Reclining armchair.

Inspired by the Baya Weaver bird which builds its nest in a precise and meticulous way, weaving and knotting every last fibre.

Regista chairs designed by Monica Armani. The iconic director’s chair has been given a new leading role. A perfectly balanced design with a lattice back, plaited in a hand-woven weather-resistant fibre.

The Illum dining table, part of a collection designed by Merckx & Maes for Tribù, references classic Scandinavian style in its simplicity.

With a gentle, organic shape and sophisticated, natural colour palette, the open pattern of the knitted textiline fabric creates a beautiful, dappled glow.

Sign up to be the first to hear the latest in design news from the Chelsea Design Quarter