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Cha Cha Occasional Tables: OUTDOOR furniture collections by HALDANE MARTIN

Cha Cha Occasional Tables are a new OUTDOOR furniture collection by Haldane Martin Design launched in Cape Town, South Africa in 2019.

Haldane Martin’s occasional table collection Cha Cha their way into luxe hospitality environments. The Cha Cha tables are fluted columnated structures from stainless steel rod that compliment his recently launched Hula Outdoor Collection.

Haldane Martin’s Cha Cha tables create the illusion of movement, dancing as the eyes glide around the closely spaced stainless steel rods that form line Moire patterns on the columnated base. The optic effects of the fluted base contrasts with simplistic table tops – slivered disks in monochromatic colours from laser cut stainless steel – to form minimalist Memphis-like plinths.

They’re compelling expressions of intense colour that work as both sleek stand-alone pieces or playfully combined to form customizable compositions. The Cha Cha table collection comprises of varied heights & diameters and comes in a full spectrum of chi-chi colours or modish electro-plated stainless steel.

The occasional tables’ functional fabrication makes them idyllic statement pieces for the modern interior or outdoors. Made from stainless-steel and coated in UV-resistant pure polyester with a luxurious satin ferro-grain finish, they are a paragon of beauty & versatility. As in the name, the Cha Cha tables move easily from one form to another – The drinks or snacks table on a metropolitan patio, flamboyant display tables in the art hotel, a centre-piece in the urban monochromatic living-room or functional plinths in the public garden.

Designed with the South African lifestyle in mind, the Cha Cha occasional tables are suited to outdoor living, handling the African elements & durable in extreme environments.

Find out more about Haldane Martin’s other South African outdoor ranges Hula Outdoor Collection as featured in Visi Magazine, SAdecor,