Sirmione, Italy


Stack, Ensombra, Bali, Chill, / 356, Faroles (Diabla)

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Hiki Beach Club

We fly to the narrow peninsula of Sirmione, on Lake Garda, to discover one of the must-see places in northern Italy, where our outdoor furniture collections from GANDIABLASCO and DIABLA furnish the relaxation areas and the pool area of Hiki Beach Club, providing functionality and style. Likewise, with these designs we help to delimit the different experiences, dividing the spacious gardens into islands with different atmospheres and functions. Hiki Beach Club is one of the different contract projects by Gandia Blasco Group in Italy.

The Hiki Beach Club terrace restaurant has a large outdoor dining area with views of the lake, furnished with the STACK outdoor tables, an exclusive design by Borja García for GANDIABLASCO, together with the BASIC outdoor chairs by Odosdesign, in the shade of the contemporary BALI parasols customised for this restaurant and leisure establishment. Also in monochromatic white and in materials and finishes that are perfect for outdoor use are various SAHARA planters designed by Pablo Gironés, which dominate the space with their distinction and architectural character.

On the other hand, the outdoor sun loungers and designer tables, in addition to the CHILL outdoor beds, an original design by José A. Gandía-Blasco for GANDIABLASCO, are the pieces chosen to lounge on the lawn, feeling the breeze very close to the shore. Also in the green areas we can see the TOUAREG garden lanterns, an exclusive design by Sandra Figuerola for GANDIABLASCO, and the 100% recycled polyethylene sun loungers, armchairs and tables from the 356 collection, by José Gandía-Blasco for DIABLA. The unmistakable ENSOMBRA umbrellas by Odosdesign and the movable roof PÉRGOLAS designed by José A. Gandía-Blasco complete the Hiki Beach Club collection and make up a unique space where we can enjoy life in the open air to the full in the company of the best music and cocktails.

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Borja García


José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales





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