The company's French restaurants will feature the 'Come' collection, designed by Patrick Norguet and Alias, consisting of 18 modular pieces.

McDonald's in France is quite the designer-friendly company. This summer, the fast-food chain launched reusable coffee cups by Patrick Norguet, and now it is set to introduce outdoor furniture from the French designer and Italian brand Alias. The ‘Côme' collection consists of 18 modular pieces, which include tables, chairs, benches, lights, and trash cans. Dezeen reports that it will be installed at 150 restaurants across France over the next two to three years.

The modular furniture system is open to numerous different yet coherent configurations. The sheet metal and concrete used for the pieces offer strong resistance, durability, and easy maintenance. Click through to see images of the outdoor collection:

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