Vondom is a leader in cutting-edge outdoor furniture. His passion for shapes, culture and fashion, transforms each piece of furniture into an exclusive mode of expression.
Design culture is the key to Vondom success, to create new collections with which to give the space a new dimension. Vondom pieces have the ability to transform the simplest into a glamorous, unique and extraordinary environment. Because that's what it's all about, creating atmospheres in which we feel that life is ours and that each of us is there to live it, enjoy it and surround ourselves with its beauty.
Vondom outdoor furniture catalog is made of smooth elements with an easy-to-clean finish that is resistant to any weather whim, so we can have them in the garden both during summer and winter, without worrying about what day it is going to be. tomorrow, there are a variety of colors and designs to choose from.
At Vondom use high precision technology to create new, more sustainable materials that are respectful of the environment. With the Revolution project, Vondom wants to be much more than a designer furniture brand, if not also to have the commitment and responsibility to ensure a better, more sustainable future. For this reason, eco-intelligence is integrated into the values of the company. To do this, it has created together with design masters, unique, exclusive and timeless pieces with sustainable, recycled and recyclable materials in a firm commitment to the future and innovation. The collections created through the transformation of recycled plastic from the sea and inspired by pure and beautiful nature that suggest an environment in perfect harmony.
The Valencian outdoor furniture publisher Vondom has a habit of betting fully on design, with the signing of big names such as the Spanish Javier Mariscal, with his very organic Sabinas collection, or the Archirivolto Design agency with its Spritz collection, or the famous designer Eugenie Quitllet creator of the Ibiza, Love, Africa, Wall Street or Brooklyn collections, or Teresa Sapey for her iconic Adan planter, among other names.