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Patoso pouf

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Patoso pouf

“Patoso is a pouf filled with recyclable polystyrene pearls converted into a small lounge chair. The legs attached to its metal structure raise it off the ground, while the pattern designed to give it shape hugs the body as a comfortable seat”, this is how its designer Alejandra Gandía-Blasco defines the Patoso pouf. The result is an ingenious outdoor sofa with a surprising design: the original legs of this soft beanbag-style pouf will not leave anyone indifferent.

The comfort of this designer piece of furniture is guaranteed thanks to its filling, evenly distributed in three compartments, which molds to the body naturally. Its aluminium structure is hidden by an outer waterproof fabric cover through an ingenious system with a hidden zip. Alejandra Gandía-Blasco presents intelligent solutions combining the informal character of a poufwith the comfort of an armchair.

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Enjoy reinventing your spaces with the wide range of colors and outdoor fabrics in different textures that Diabla Outdoor offers. Create your own combinations with our color chart and give your terrace personality with a charismatic and original design.

Combine the Patoso pouf with the Calcetín divider and your space will not go unnoticed. You can configure an environment to enjoy the comfort of this designer pouf and create an intimate atmosphere to read, chat or sunbathe.

The Patoso pouf is ductile and versatile, the ideal option if you are looking for unrestricted comfort both outdoors and indoors. An original design that will allow you to go beyond the limits of outdoor spaces and give a fresh and carefree spirit to the interior of your house, terrace, or garden. The lightness of its aluminium structure is also perfect for surfaces that need to be continuously reconfigured, such as hotels, restaurants, and contract spaces in general.

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Patoso pouf

“Patoso is a pouf filled with recyclable polystyrene pearls converted into a small lounge chair. The legs attached to its metal structure raise it off the ground, while the pattern designed to give it shape hugs the body as a comfortable seat”, this is how its designer Alejandra Gandía-Blasco defines the Patoso pouf. The result is an ingenious outdoor sofa with a surprising design: the original legs of this soft beanbag-style pouf will not leave anyone indifferent.

The comfort of this designer piece of furniture is guaranteed thanks to its filling, evenly distributed in three compartments, which molds to the body naturally. Its aluminium structure is hidden by an outer waterproof fabric cover through an ingenious system with a hidden zip. Alejandra Gandía-Blasco presents intelligent solutions combining the informal character of a poufwith the comfort of an armchair.

Diabla tips:

Enjoy reinventing your spaces with the wide range of colors and outdoor fabrics in different textures that Diabla Outdoor offers. Create your own combinations with our color chart and give your terrace personality with a charismatic and original design.

Combine the Patoso pouf with the Calcetín divider and your space will not go unnoticed. You can configure an environment to enjoy the comfort of this designer pouf and create an intimate atmosphere to read, chat or sunbathe.

The Patoso pouf is ductile and versatile, the ideal option if you are looking for unrestricted comfort both outdoors and indoors. An original design that will allow you to go beyond the limits of outdoor spaces and give a fresh and carefree spirit to the interior of your house, terrace, or garden. The lightness of its aluminium structure is also perfect for surfaces that need to be continuously reconfigured, such as hotels, restaurants, and contract spaces in general.

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Patoso pouf

“Patoso is a pouf filled with recyclable polystyrene pearls converted into a small lounge chair. The legs attached to its metal structure raise it off the ground, while the pattern designed to give it shape hugs the body as a comfortable seat”, this is how its designer Alejandra Gandía-Blasco defines the Patoso pouf. The result is an ingenious outdoor sofa with a surprising design: the original legs of this soft beanbag-style pouf will not leave anyone indifferent.

The comfort of this designer piece of furniture is guaranteed thanks to its filling, evenly distributed in three compartments, which molds to the body naturally. Its aluminium structure is hidden by an outer waterproof fabric cover through an ingenious system with a hidden zip. Alejandra Gandía-Blasco presents intelligent solutions combining the informal character of a poufwith the comfort of an armchair.

Diabla tips:

Enjoy reinventing your spaces with the wide range of colors and outdoor fabrics in different textures that Diabla Outdoor offers. Create your own combinations with our color chart and give your terrace personality with a charismatic and original design.

Combine the Patoso pouf with the Calcetín divider and your space will not go unnoticed. You can configure an environment to enjoy the comfort of this designer pouf and create an intimate atmosphere to read, chat or sunbathe.

The Patoso pouf is ductile and versatile, the ideal option if you are looking for unrestricted comfort both outdoors and indoors. An original design that will allow you to go beyond the limits of outdoor spaces and give a fresh and carefree spirit to the interior of your house, terrace, or garden. The lightness of its aluminium structure is also perfect for surfaces that need to be continuously reconfigured, such as hotels, restaurants, and contract spaces in general.

Measurements
100x75x77 cm / 39x30x30 inch
Materials
Made with a powdercoated aluminium structure. Filled with polystyrene pearls coated with hydophobic fabric. Removable upholstery
fabric - Plain white
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Designer

Alejandra Gandia-Blasco

Alejandra Gandía-Blasco is the assistant director of GANDIA BLASCO GROUP’s Communication. She graduated in Fine Art and then completed her training in Design and Communication at Central Saint Martins in London. She is an interdisciplinary creative, her work is based from visual arts and collective memory applied to the design of everyday objects and communication.

“More than beautiful and well-done things, I am interested in ideas and experiences. The rest is taken for granted. It is a challenge to rethink the objects and the reality that surrounds us with sufficient critical capacity”.

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