Its name translates as “calm” in Catalan and that lingering mood permeates the incomparable outdoor furnishings that meld modernist chic with the Mediterranean region’s masters of traditional craft. Founded in 2009 and representing the collective work of a group of multidisciplinary designers, Calma’s offerings encompass a wide assortment of plein-air essentials. From novel sunshades to expansive loungers to glowing molded lights for when the sun goes down, the singular products are variously scaled to suit all manner of patios, gardens and balconies.

The collection includes the sprawling Alat modular outdoor sofas and statement-piece daybed, the trapezoid metal Angle dining table and the Lou armchair with a riot of scatter pillows. Innovations like the Om sun umbrella that can be configured to varied degrees of shade (and nabbing the coveted Red Dot design award in the process) live next to the midcentury Boomerang Chair with its signature woven wood contours. The link that holds it all together is sense of true leisure, not only in the standout items that Calma produces but in taking the unhurried time to enjoy them.