Driade Roly Poly Chair Cushion for Chair
  • Driade Roly Poly
  • Driade Roly Poly Chair Cushion for Chair
  • Driade Roly Poly Chair Cushion for Chair

Driade Roly Poly Cushion for Chair

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Driade Roly Poly Cushion for Chair - a soft, stylish and outdoor-ready seat cushion for the Roly Poly chair

The distinctive, reassuringly chunky lines of faye toogood’s roly-poly furniture collection become even more inviting in her new collaboration with driade. the latest line for the italian design house takes the rounded, welcoming shapes of her limited-edition assemblage no 4 range. the low seat has been augmented with upholstered cushions that nestle in its curved, bowl-like form; the collection also features a new sofa that further explores the roly-poly aesthetic, highlighting the interplay between the graceful arc of the scoop seat and the four stout and solid legs that support it.

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Seat / back cushions made of inside part in polyester fiber interior and a non-removable fabric cover.

  • Fay Toogood

    Faye Toogood is a British designer. Her furniture and objects demonstrate a preoccupation with materiality and experimentation. All of her pieces are handmade by small-scale fabricators and traditional artisans, with an honesty to the rawness and irregularity of the chosen material. With an academic training in the theory and practise of fine art, and a vocational background at the forefront of the magazine industry, Toogood approaches product design with a singular and acutely honed eye. Her highly sculptural work, while showing an astute respect for the past, is derived from pure self-expression and instinct.
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