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  • Five pouf, 2011, Anderssen and voll, Muuto
  • Five pouf, 2011, Anderssen and voll, Muuto
  • Five pouf, 2011, Anderssen and voll, Muuto
  • Five pouf, 2011, Anderssen and voll, Muuto

Five pouf, 2011

Five pouf by Anderssen + Voll for Muuto.

The Five pouf explores both the rigidity and possibility of the pentagon. This shape lends itself to the function of a pouf, with a bold form that tesselates easily with other items of soft furniture and works equally well as a standalone piece.

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Five pouf by Anderssen + Voll for Muuto.

The Five pouf explores both the rigidity and possibility of the pentagon. This shape lends itself to the function of a pouf, with a bold form that tesselates easily with other items of soft furniture and works equally well as a standalone piece.

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Large: 88 dia x 53w x 45cmh
Extra Large: 140 dia x 85w x 45cmh

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The textiles have been meticulously chosen to mould easily to this shape and provide comfortable quilting.
The tailored stitching creates a ribbed effect and gives the impression that the material is wrapped smartly around the pouf.

Available in two sizes and upholstered in a range of fabrics, grouped according to price. Please see groups below, and follow the links for detailed fabric information:

Remix, Steelcut, Canvas, Rime, DivinaDivina MD and Divina Melange.

The sofa can also be upholstered in Faux leather please see the downloadable leather pdf for swatches.

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The name Muuto, inspired by the Finnish word muutos, means new perspective.

The name Muuto, inspired by the Finnish word muutos, means new perspective.

To Muuto good design starts with the person. They handpick the brightest design talent in Scandinavia and give them the freedom to express their individual story through everyday objects. Some want to alter the world, others find passion in colour and shape or draw deeply from personal experience. How do they see a chair, vase, lamp or any other everyday product?

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