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Omba Urban Beach Parasol by Tatabi Studio

This Urban Beach Parasol has been designed for Omba, an exclusive Brand of Beach Parasols that feature a lot style. The brief was simple, to créate an urban, inspiring, and elegant parasols. A lot of Omba patterns have been inspired by Mediterranean beaches, TATABI Studio decided to simplify the pattern and transform it into geometric shapes. The result is beautiful parasol with calm colors such as white and mustard to reflect a super relax atmosphere.

Designer : Tatabi Studio

Omba Urban Beach Parasol by Tatabi Studio

Omba Urban Beach Parasol by Tatabi Studio

Omba Urban Beach Parasol by Tatabi Studio

Omba Urban Beach Parasol by Tatabi Studio

Omba Urban Beach Parasol by Tatabi Studio

Omba Urban Beach Parasol by Tatabi Studio

Omba Urban Beach Parasol by Tatabi Studio

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