The inspiration for the Cabrio Lounge Chair (2009) came from a desire to strip away excess and greatly simplify the overly complicated Adirondack chairs that are found on the market today. Designers Greg Benson and Jeff Tally point out how the Cabrio’s single-plank back and wide arms are a nod toward the Westport chair, which was the inspiration for and predates the Adirondack. With a seat that’s low to the ground and generously angled, Cabrio is built for casual lounging and enjoying the outdoors. This chair is made of recycled plastic reclaimed from post-consumer goods like milk jugs, which can be recycled again if necessary. Since Loll was founded in 2006, its use of recycled materials has kept millions of milk jugs out of landfills. The fade-resistant, waterproof, maintenance-free Cabrio Lounge Chair is made to last for years. It’s no coincidence that it received a 2009 Good Design® Award from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design. Ships flat to save on packing materials; simple assembly required (Allen wrench included). Made in U.S.A.
100% recycled post-consumer or post-commercial (depending on color) high-density polyethylene; high-grade stainless steel fasteners.
Founded in 2005 by Greg Benson and Jeff Taly, Loll Designs is built on the philosophy that an eco-friendly product "should be better in every way than its non-eco-friendly counterpart." Using 100% recycled high-density polyethylene, Loll's outdoor furniture collections embody this maxim. Designed and made in Duluth, Minnesota, all Loll products are sourced domestically and are 100% recyclable.
Benson and Taly didn't set out initially to create brilliant and sustainable outdoor furniture their first endeavor was the creation of skateboard parks. Loll's history really begins back in 1997 when Benson and Taly created TrueRide, a design and build contractor specializing in custom municipal skate parks. They created over 400 parks in 10 years, using this incredibly durable, eco-friendly material. In keeping with their goals of minimizing waste, they were looking for something to do with the excess material from the parks and Loll Designs was born. Read more >