Shade Pouf 1B
The Shade collection of poufs was created to complement one of our most successful collections. Designed by Begüm Cana Özgür and Marcos Catalán, this collection of exquisite simplicity brings a sense of tranquility and well-being, thanks to its vibrant shades.
The warm-colored Pouf 1B model can be used on its own or together with the Shade rug in the same color.
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Fiber: 100% New Zealand wool
Filling: PU foam
Base: Birch chipboard
Volume: 0.06 m3
100% Afghan Wool
Afghan wool comes from sheep grazing high in the mountains of Afghanistan. Naturally wavy, it is a very resistant material with a rough touch. Due to the curl of the wool and the irregularity in the yarn, when weaving it, it achieves an aged and unique appearance.
Manual process in which, thanks to a manually operated gun, fluid curves and lines can be made. High density and durability.
Shade Poufs Collection
The collection of Shade poufs is born to complement one of our most succesful collections. And as the original rug models are inspired by magical moments in nature where colors melt and speak for themselves. Shade palettes achieve an intricate gradient that leaves no one indifferent.
Its a cylindrical seating accessory is light, manageable, and comes in eight different variety of colors. Each rug combines with two poufs that are upholstered with the main color gradients.
The rug and pouf set produces an incredible experience of color and evokes feelings of tranquility and well-being due to the power of colors to influence our mental state.
This element succesfully brings together two desginers from very different origins. On one hand, Turkish designer Begüm Cana Özgür who designed the original patterns and on the on the other hand spanish designer and architect Marcos Catalán that has added volume to the colecction.