The first iteration of modular structures provide shelter for such events as farmers markets. Now, at the behest of , the environmental designer has applied the idea to a traditional cabana, resulting in the . The five versions—named Honfleur, Deauville, Noirmoutier, Biarritz, and Pampelonne, after French coastal cities and beaches—aptly nest inside each other. Their thermo-lacquered aluminum frames come in 35 colors, and are draped in mesh in a choice of three menswear-inspired striped patterns. Inside, a high-resilience foam mattress upholstered in outdoor fabric rests on thermo-treated ash slats.
Dorothée Noirbent Reimagines the Beach Cabana for Ego Paris
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