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RAF Outdoor Loveseat

c. 2023

by Piet Boon
for Piet Boon Studio

RAF Outdoor Loveseat

by Piet Boon
for  Piet Boon Studio

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The Piet Boon RAF outdoor loveseat inte­grates indoor and outdoor design, blur­ring the lines between inte­rior comfort and outdoor relax­ation. Its distinc­tive sculp­tural shape, paired with invit­ing cush­ion­ing, invites a leisurely pace, encour­ag­ing moments of relax­ation. Crafted from hybrid mate­ri­als for dura­bil­ity and elegance, the seat main­tains its aesthetic appeal in various environments.

Inspired by the natural world, the design­ers have curated a serene palette of colors and mate­ri­als, offer­ing a harmo­nious blend of indoor and outdoor aesthet­ics. Visual layer­ing can be achieved in any setting with a wide range of uphol­stery options from the Piet Boon high-perfor­mance fabric collec­tion. The frame, crafted from natural untreated teak, promises to age grace­fully over time, enhanc­ing its beauty with age.

Fixed back pillows add to the loveseat’s comfort and weath­er­proof design, ensur­ing dura­bil­ity against the elements. Every element, from the frame to the mattress and pillows, is built to with­stand outdoor condi­tions while main­tain­ing elegance and functionality.


Piet Boon


Born in the Netherlands in 1958, Piet Boon beautifully blends elegant lines, natural materials, and superior function. Trained as a contractor, his work is always practical and approachable, but he also infuses each product or project with a sense of luxury achieved through a meticulous eye for detail. Boon approaches his multidisciplinary work with the finest craftsmanship and materials so that every piece or project feels relaxed, comfortable, and timeless.

Since 1983, Boon has offered architecture, interior design, and furniture design services through his Amsterdam-based firm, Studio Piet Boon. Notable furniture and lighting include the Round Boon and the Square Boon light fixtures for Moooi, as well as the quilted Kekke seating series and plush Kent chair. Long a household name in the Dutch design scene, his work has a wide global appeal. Indeed, his architecture and interiors work includes a number of new luxury residential developments in the U.S., including the Oosten, 101 Wall, and Huys buildings in New York, along with hotels, restaurants, offices, and private residences around the world.

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