Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka
The Tokyo-Pop collection marks, in 2002, the debut on the international scene by Tokujin Yoshioka, now considered one of the masters of contemporary design. The sofa, the armchair and especially the chaise longue and the stool, forget the banality of rotational molding to become sculptures. Unforgettable and unusual shapes.
Suitable for outdoor use, structure in polythylene in white or anthracite grey
W400 x D365 x H700 mm
An outdoor sofa but designed for the old aged and very noble art of conversation. In this sofa everyone can find his ideal depth of seating position and posture: more composed or more gently relaxed, depending on one’s temperament or the circumstances of the day. Ludovica and Roberto Palomba wanted Grand Plie to open up […]
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