As the brand that birthed the idea of woven outdoor furnishings, Dedon has accomplished in thirty years what has taken other organizations a lifetime: the comprehensive change of an industry. In short: There was no woven outside furniture industry before Dedon arrived on the scene. For this reason and more, Cabot House has invested wholeheartedly in offering Dedon fine outdoor furnishings.
By bringing stylishly refined, weather-resistant manufactured fiber to luxury outdoor furniture, Dedon caught the attention of an international audience, who meet every new item with stirring acclaim. The organization’s bold vision — outfitting open air spaces with a degree of refinement and style that was previously restricted to the indoors — has changed the market worldwide.
Researched, developed, manufactured and tested at our cutting-edge production facilities in northern Germany, sustainable DEDON fiber is unparalleled for strength, durability, weather resistance and luxuriousness of hue, texture and touch. Our fiber is recyclable and non-toxic, and burns as cleanly as candle wax.
DEDON works only with the expert craftspeople of Cebu Island, Philippines, whose widely acclaimed weaving skills assist with elevating DEDON to its own category. At our furniture manufacturing facilities in the Philippines, we subject each handwoven part to 16 quality assurance tests, including four at the end of manufacturing, each spanning 15 to 20 minutes.
Working closely with lead designers, DEDON reliably raises expectations in regards to innovation; its mission for new textures, invigorating colorways, and increased resiliency is endless. In regards to quality affirmation, few can contend. Truth be told, quality is the fiber of DEDON’s being.
Distributed to over 80 countries, with headquarters in Germany, manufacturing facilities in the Philippines, a subsidiary in the U.S., offices in Hong Kong, and showrooms around the world, DEDON is an international organization with a global outlook. The brand continues to venture to all corners of the world as a part of its Tour du Monde experience, where no island or secret hideaway is too remote for exploration.