Launched at Saturday in Design, Kush is one of the latest additions to Schiavello’s furniture range.
September 21st, 2011
Kush really got people talking at Saturday in Design this year – a playful collection of tailored, oversized floor cushions with moveable backrest bolsters and a range of loose cushions.
Designer Ivan Woods was “inspired by the opulence of Moroccan floor cushions” when creating this collection.
“I was looking to design a very informal, relaxed seating product; one where people could relax and be at ease,” Woods said.
Creating a sense of laidback flexibility, Kush can be used in office breakout areas, quiet areas or chill out spaces in cafés and bars.
The range is also perfect for home use, a great addition to lounge, family, sleeping and entertainment zones.
When teamed with Tango occasional tables, Kush provides a handy platform for work tools, accessories or refreshments.
Kush is available through Schiavello.
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