Sydney based artist Kane Lehanneur continues his sought after flowers theme, hand painting an original work for this beautiful, limited edition collection for Basil Bangs.
• UPF50+ | 98% UV protection
• Water proof, weather treated outdoor canvas
• Vented canopy
• Luscious soft white fringe
• Single piece, extendable hardwood poles
• Responsibly sourced timber
• The Basil Hinge for easy-peasy set up
• 1.8m diameter, family size canopy
• Compact for easy storage and portability
• Matching carry case transforms into a sand bag for windy conditions
• Corrosion resistant steel frame
• Stainless steel and marine grade fasteners
1.8m diameter canopy
Folds to 1m x 17cm x 17cm
Weight (unboxed): 6.5kg
Pole diameter: 32mm
Using your umbrella at the beach:
Make sure the lower pole is secured at least 35cm deep in the sand.
To angle the canopy, hold on to the upper pole before unlocking the hinge. To unlock the hinge, turn the dial anti-clockwise as far as possible.
Let the upper pole rotate to the desired position. It is recommended to not exceed an angle of 45 degrees. Always try to tilt the umbrella into the wind as this will minimise the chance of it lifting out of the sand.
To lock the hinge, rotate the dial clockwise until the vertical grip is parallel to the lower pole. The Basil Hinge should feel easy to lock and unlock. If jammed, do not force the hinge to close as it may cause damage.
Taking an umbrella to the beach is your responsibility. In gusty conditions we recommend lowering the umbrella to prevent any risk of it flying away.
Using your umbrella at home:
We recommend securing your umbrella in a base. For freestanding umbrellas we recommend the 25kg Basil Base, and the 14kg Standard Base for table settings.
In gusty conditions we recommend lowering the umbrella to prevent any risk of it flying away.
Store your umbrella in a protective cover when not in use to extend its life and minimise wear and tear.
Basil Bangs, is the Australian company for all things outdoor design. They offer a wide variety of colourful shade umbrellas, cushions, and selected outdoor furniture. For your garden, your terrace, or even your next day at the beach. Basil Bangs products encourage spending more time in nature – and therefore, it's only logical that one of their fundamental values is sustainability.
Co-founded by four friends in 2010, Basil Bangs designs beautiful, quality outdoor products that keep you looking cool and feeling comfortable all year round.
Based on Sydney’s northern beaches, Basil Bangs is headed up by husband-and-wife duo Mike Durante and Krista Huebner and brings together their creativity and passions for product design, surfing, art, and textiles.
A love for vintage umbrellas and a pursuit of great design inspired the vision for creating a collection of ‘contemporary classics’, a range of beach umbrellas inspired by the 1960s and 70s but decisively modern in engineering and finishes.
Known for distinctive prints rich in colour and unique in artistic expression their approach to design is instinctive and fun, involving regular collaboration with artists and designers from around the world. What began as a modest range of beach umbrellas has since grown into a considered collection of premium outdoor products for both the rain and sun; because the marriage of style, art, and great design is for all seasons.
Kane Lehanneur is an emerging, multidisciplinary artist working between oil and acrylic paint and printmaking techniques to engage with the complex and myriad layers of Australia’s physical and political landscapes.
Based upon unceded Gayemegal land, just north of Sydney, Kanes background in design, photography and videography reflects a deep understanding of composition, balance and textured studies in his practice.
Currently creating betwixt two divergent styles, Lehanneur’s paintings reveal both clinical and expressive movement as the artist fluctuates between abstractive and minimalist processes. Kanes practice relies on the networks of nature as a guide and muse of inspiration for his subjects, and so, has recently pivoted his artistic focus in accordance with the climate crisis.
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