Oasiq is Creating Modern Takes on Classic Scandinavian Design

Trying to find modern, minimalist outdoor pieces can be difficult. They’re often too severe and don’t look particularly inviting. Oasiq, a company that hails from Brooklyn’s hot hot hot Industry City complex, is a go-to source for hotels and private homes alike.

The pieces have clean lines and an appealing lack of fussy details, but still look (and are!) comfortable. The brand specializes in plantation teak and has a quick-shipping option for most of its products (so there’s still time to get it for this summer!)

Visit their site for more information and where to buy. You can also check out some of TABLE’S other design guides for more inspiration on how to furnish your home.

A deck with a chair and tables on a sunny day, from Oasiq furniture

Copenhagen

This Scandinavian-inspired collection of teak and rope seating, dining tables, and coffee tables combines Nordic simplicity with graceful curves and softened edges.

Nordic-inspired barstools on a table by Oasiq

Bryggen

Named for the UNESCO world heritage site in Norway, it is a collection of minimalist tables and chairs made from teak and stainless steel with a weightless feel.

A red chair on a white background

Sandur

The hand-applied, open-weave rope over steel frames means that means you are cradled in a soft, supportive matrix. It also reduces contact with hard surfaces.

Story by Stephen Treffinger / Photography courtesy of Oasiq 

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