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AZURE - June 2019 - The Workspace Issue - Cover

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1 Bi-Pod by Roche Bobois

Not all pouffes are cut from the same circle. Cédric Ragot’s wood and foam double ottomans, covered in PVC-coated fabric, are shaped like square puzzle pieces. They come in a bevy of colours and patterns, and fit together to create endless designs.

2 Otto by Paola Lenti

Yet rounded forms are still inviting. These oversized dots in polystyrene and polyester have removable rope-cord covers in solid and duo-colour combinations. Suitable for the outdoors, winter covers are also available for protection from snow and rain.

Azure Poufs Minotti3 Denny by Minotti

A buttoned-up spin on the pouffe, Denny is suited to both residential and hospitality settings. The finely tailored ottomans come in round and oval shapes, with wooden legs or castors.

4 Naxos by Missoni Home

Named for the Greek island, Rosita Missoni’s angular pebbles are also available in cylindrical and square shapes, with removable cotton covers in several rainbow-coloured patterns.

5 Puf Sal by Gan Rugs

A sail-shaped lounger that offers a bit of back support counts among Héctor Serrano’s neutral modules in wool and polyestyrene.

6 Giro by Casamania

Claesson Koivisto Rune were inspired by the movement of a hula hoop for their monochromatic foam pouffes in three sizes.

7 Superheroes by Cappellini

Swedish studio Glimpt came up with this seating (which can also be used as tables) after discovering a Vietnamese technique where thread is rolled around seagrass to make bowls. The patterns were developed in partnership with Swedish illustrator Malin Koort.

8 Pix by Arper

This elegant family of ottomans, by Tokyo’s Ichiro Iwasaki, comes in a multitude of colours, four sizes (to seat up to five people) and suits contract or residential environments.

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