Soft padded pouf with contrasting cross stitching available in two versions with square and rectangular bases that can be mixed and matched to create various shape and colour arrangements.

Depth
50cm
Fabric
Revive 1 224
Height
40cm
Material
Polyurethane Foam
Volume
0.12m3
Weight
9.8kg
Width
100cm
Year of design
1963

Made of polyurethane foam upholstered in fabric.


Joe Colombo

Cesare (known as Joe) Colombo was born in Milan in 1930. Essentially self-taught, he attended the Academy in Brera and then the faculty of Architecture at the Politecnico in Milan for a few years. Before becoming a designer he worked as a painter, builder, car salesman (his passion for cars remained with him) and entrepreneur in the electrics field. The technological utopia of Joe Colombo’s designs encompasses many of the hopes of the Sixties in Italy and Europe without becoming imprisoned by ideological restraints. Here are a few of the most significant milestones in his extremely rapid escalation to designer of international renown, the symbol of an era.
In 1963 he opened his first studio in Milan. In 1964 he won 3 medals at the “XIII Triennale” in Milan. In 1967 he won the Gold Compass. In 1968 he received his first International Design Award in Chicago. In 1969 three of his objects were already part of the permanent collection at MOMA. He died prematurely on 30th July 1971 on his 41st birthday.


B-LINE has been manufacturing contract and home furniture since 1999.