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Diabla Outdoor draws inspiration from dreamy temples

The team from Diabla Outdoor have immersed themselves in the golden years of cinema to reclaim its valuable architectural heritage. A tour of dreamy temples, such as the Eastern Columbia Building in Los Angeles, has inspired the company's designs.

Characterised by its turquoise surfaces which span thirteen floors, the team has imagined its rooftops converted into terraces, perfect for outdoor socializing: environments that blend chic and casual, ready to enjoy the feature film of the moment.

The designs of the Trip collection by José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales and Borja García, reflect the brand's open, cosmopolitan, and enthusiastic identity. They can generate improvised spaces for leisure time.

The iconic Director Chair and Hammock feature a white frame, with the cheerful and powerful Mustard color standing out among the wide range of hues, creating a striking contrast to the building's turquoise facade.

The casual aesthetics of the Trip allow for the creation of improvised pop-up spaces, equipped with the 356 collection by Gandía-Blasco Canales and Gironés, and the Gobi planters, also by Gironés.

The design collections complement the climate of Los Angeles, which allows one to enjoy a swim in the pool and moments of leisure outside at any time of the year.

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