1950's Throwbacks: 5 Outdoor Furnishings Look to the Past

Knoll’s iconic Saarinen Dining Tables and Saarinen Low Tables are now available with a durable white acrylic stone top designed for use outdoors. Photography by Beppe Brancato. Courtesy of Knoll, Inc.

Knoll’s iconic Saarinen Dining Tables and Saarinen Low Tables are now available with a durable white acrylic stone top designed for use outdoors. Photography by Ezio Prandini. Courtesy of Knoll, Inc.

Knoll’s iconic Saarinen Dining Tables and Saarinen Low Tables are now available with a durable white acrylic stone top designed for use outdoors. Photography by Beppe Brancato. Courtesy of Knoll, Inc.

This year Spanish brand Kettal launched an outdoor, fibre and teak version of the Basket chair, which was originally designed by Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel in the 1950s. Photography courtesy of Kettal.

This year Spanish brand Kettal launched an outdoor, fibre and teak version of the Basket chair, which was originally designed by Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel in the 1950s. Photography courtesy of Kettal.

This year Spanish brand Kettal launched an outdoor, fibre and teak version of the Basket chair, which was originally designed by Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel in the 1950s. Photography courtesy of Kettal.

Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn of Norm Architects created their Finn Collection for DWR with classic Danish mid-century furniture in mind. Photography courtesy of Norm Architects.

Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn of Norm Architects created their Finn Collection for DWR with classic Danish mid-century furniture in mind. Photography courtesy of Norm Architects.

Combining traditional craftsmanship with new technologies, German designer Sebastian Herkner’s Iroko and nautical rope Unam Collection was inspired by the work of Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret in Chandigarh during the 1950s. Photography courtesy of Sebastian Herkner.

Combining traditional craftsmanship with new technologies, German designer Sebastian Herkner’s Iroko and nautical rope Unam Collection was inspired by the work of Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret in Chandigarh during the 1950s. Photography courtesy of Sebastian Herkner.

Combining traditional craftsmanship with new technologies, German designer Sebastian Herkner’s Iroko and nautical rope Unam Collection was inspired by the work of Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret in Chandigarh during the 1950s. Photography courtesy of Sebastian Herkner.

Combining traditional craftsmanship with new technologies, German designer Sebastian Herkner’s Iroko and nautical rope Unam Collection was inspired by the work of Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret in Chandigarh during the 1950s. Photography courtesy of Sebastian Herkner.

Combining traditional craftsmanship with new technologies, German designer Sebastian Herkner’s Iroko and nautical rope Unam Collection was inspired by the work of Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret in Chandigarh during the 1950s. Photography courtesy of Sebastian Herkner.

Frédéric Sofia’s 1960s-inspired collection for French brand Fermob is a line of indoor-outdoor pieces made from woven resin cord wrapped around curvy aluminum frames. Photography courtesy of Fermob.

Frédéric Sofia’s 1960s-inspired collection for French brand Fermob is a line of indoor-outdoor pieces made from woven resin cord wrapped around curvy aluminum frames. Photography courtesy of Fermob.

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