• Mushroom pouf, 1960, Pierre paulin, Artifort
  • Mushroom pouf, 1960, Pierre paulin, Artifort
  • Mushroom pouf, 1960, Pierre paulin, Artifort
  • Mushroom pouf, 1960, Pierre paulin, Artifort

Mushroom pouf, 1960

Mushroom pouf by Pierre Paulin for Artifort.

Pouf part of the Mushroom collection by Pierre Paulin from 1960. Mushroom is a celebrated design that is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Upholstered in fabrics or leathers. Please click on the fabric name listed in the materials section to view the fabrics or leathers in detail. More details can be found in the downloadable upholstery and finish specifications pdf as well.


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Mushroom pouf by Pierre Paulin for Artifort.

Pouf part of the Mushroom collection by Pierre Paulin from 1960. Mushroom is a celebrated design that is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Upholstered in fabrics or leathers. Please click on the fabric name listed in the materials section to view the fabrics or leathers in detail. More details can be found in the downloadable upholstery and finish specifications pdf as well.


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46dia x 38cmh

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Upholstered with white plastic gliders.

Fabric group AA: Artfort SelecteAtlanticEraMain Line FlaxMain Line PlusUrbanXtreme

Fabric group BB: Artifort LanaBlazerBoltaflexSilverguardStamskin TopTonus

Fabric group CC: Hallingdal 65Melange NapPrairieVIP

Fabric group DD: FezwoolFiordMosaicPanamaPanama PlusPloegwoolRe-WoolTonicaTwill WeaveUniform Melange

Fabric group FF: CodaComfort+

Fabric group HH: Gentle

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Dutch firm Artifort has its origins in a furniture and upholstery company established by the Wagemans family in Maastricht.

Dutch firm Artifort has its origins in a furniture and upholstery company established by the Wagemans family in Maastricht.

By the 1930s the company had already acquired its distinctive name (derived from the latin words for art or knowledge and strength or power) and a reputation for functionality, comfort and design. 

At once playful and rigourous, Artifort furniture is notable for its use of colour and form and has been included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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