About Us

 

TANJAYA has been producing high-end garden furniture that furnish both luxury homes and prestigious hotels.

Our Vision & Philosophy

Always attentive to the innovations, while not losing sight of the tradition, in 2011 it was among the first companies in the world to revisit in a modern way the shape of the years 1950/1970 replacing the traditional rattan with the most modern aluminum and synthetic materials, creating a more stylized profile but with a retro taste. Hence the name of the line logo retrĂ² that characterized the first models, and which over the years has been transformed, even assimilating the most current concepts.

 

Continuing in research and innovation, we have produced in 2015 (first in the world) the BUBBLE, the ALTEA and the CLASSIC COLLECTIONS, made in synthetic material, 12 mm thick. They are high-end collections, suitable for wide spaces, or for major hotel lounges. For the extraordinary similarity to the natural product they perfectly furnish both classic and trendy environments.

Designers

Carlo Basso was born in Italy, famed for furniture design; his products design have been appearing world wide for more than 20 years, the purpose of his design architeture is to shelter and enhance comfort with style and to fulfill belief in the nobility of his passion.

To understand more about Mr. Carlo Basso Out Door Furniture and where it comes from we need to look at the innovative and inspirational designers that carved the pathway.

Learn how they all partecipated in creating such a phenomenal charge in your back yard living. Get a weel rounded view of how these classic contemporary.

Basso, whose line of outdoor furniture combines retro and vintage with a modern twist, added that distribution through Mild and High end retailer and consumer direct.

2014 Winner of the Pinnalce Award American Society Of Furniture Summer/Casual Category with FOGLIA Chair ottoman palm made for the brand Devis Francis.

2015 Finalist of the Pinnalce Award American Society Of Furniture Dinning/Casual Category with MIYAKO Dinning Chair

Abie Abdillah is an emerging Asian design talent. Trained as industrial design student from the college years, and strengthened from his experience as junior designer in a furniture manufacturer and design studio based in Jakarta. Have a keen passion to work with local material such as rattan, teak wood, Abie has gained recognition of his works thanks to numerous awards and publications. He is know starting his own studio called Studiohiji, which is based in Tangerang, greater Jakarta. The creation of Yoko sofa set was started from a Designer Dispatch Service programme which was initiated by the Ministry of Trade of Republic Indonesia and Japan International Cooperation Agency. The project was meant to increase the value of local manufacturer through design. By working with one of the most versatile manufacturer, Yoko sofa set was created to expose the essence of the material being used. Either it was a combination of powder coated aluminium steel with rattan cores for indoor purpose, or with synthetic rods for outdoor.

From 2009 to 2014 Indonesia Institute of Art , Yogyakarta Bachelor of arts. Interior Design department. Faculty of Arts and Design. GPA 3.06.
2013 1st and 3th prize at Palapa network Competition, London. Judged by Sou Fujimoto.
2013 Finalist of Indonesia New Creative Design (RBDI), Jakarta held by Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy.
2015 Finalist of Asean Youth Creative Industry Fair (AYCIF), Jakarta held by JAPAN-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF).
2015 Top 10 of Rosewood Living Competition, Jakarta held by Rosewood Living furniture.

Francesca Pittisci and Maurizio Priolo both studied architeture at the Architetural University in Rome, from which they graduated in 2012. Since then, they have worked on joint projects reflecting their studies in interior design, sustainable architecture. Their first works include design objects, exhibition halls, low impact building.

Our Skills

  • Design
  • Flexibility
  • Quality
  • Innovation

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