Club Tropicalia

— Mokum
3 products, 39 variants

Club Tropicalia continues Mokum’s foray into visual optimism, a concept whereby joy is cultivated in the colour, form and function of our visual environment.

Outdoor furniture and textiles have become indistinguishable from indoor equivalents as new technologies allow different yarns, constructions and techniques to be beautifully resolved in a manner that will withstand the rigours of our unique environmental conditions.

Mokum’s latest release, Club Tropicalia, responds to the global trend that sees soft interior aesthetics extending to the exterior. This growing design movement allows for the creation of outdoor living spaces that evoke a luxurious and comforting ambiance, encouraging us to eat, socialize and relax outside. The collection typifies the transitional boundary between indoor and out, residential and commercial with all designs having a soft residential handle and commercial high performance attributes.

Club Tropicalia continues Mokum’s foray into visual optimism, a concept whereby joy is cultivated in the colour, form and function of our visual environment. The range is a celebration of nature and colour with its saturated palette and hand painted flora and fauna, balanced by a playful stripe and two dimensional plain upholsteries. Our hero print is the lush Tropicalia, featuring our successful La Palma pattern, digitally printed onto solution dyed polyester. The hand painted artwork is from Mokum’s collaboration with Catherine Martin, originally featured within Majorelle, her Marrakesh inspired indoor collection.

“With this collection we set out to create a bold range of luxury textiles targeting the growing need for transitional products. All designs aesthetically suit both indoor and outdoor spaces and meet the technical requirements of both residential and commercial application. Club Tropicalia showcases the highest quality of outdoor textiles with the luxurious look and handle of interior soft furnishings“ - Stephanie Moffitt, Mokum Design Director.