Sail Square Pouf

Sail Square Pouf

This is the pouffe in our Sail collection, a set of furniture consisting of two designs for a laid-back atmosphere that can be used together or separately. This outdoor pouffe can be used on its own as a seat, but also as a footrest or even as a side table for the Sail armchair. Two incredibly comfortable, soft seats because they’re filled with polystyrene beads that move around and intuitively adapt to the human figure.

The Sail collection is a tribute to the bean bag cushions that were invented in the 1970s, which have been reinterpreted by the designer Héctor Serrano. Both pieces are made from special outdoor fabrics and several designs are available. What’s more, the cover can be taken off for easy washing. A couple of informal seats that are perfect for relaxed, laid-back atmospheres.

Diabla tips:

Create an informal sofa on the floor by placing several pouffes from the Sail collection in a row.

If you have children, they’ll love it, not just because of how soft it is but because of its low height, so they can get on and off it easily. In fact, we have a Mini version for kids, do not miss it!

Because it is filled with polystyrene beads, it weighs very little, so you can move it around without any trouble.

It can also be used indoors. However, our sister brand GAN offers several versions of the Sail collection with specific indoor fabrics.

Take advantage of the variety of available colours to make your outdoor area a colourful space. Use our colour chart to make sure your choice matches your colour scheme.

75x75x35 cm / 30x30x14 inch
Manufactured in outdoor fabric and filled with polystyrene pearls coated with hydophobic fabric. Removable upholstery

Héctor Serrano

Héctor Serrano trained in Industrial Design in Valencia and he founded his studio in London before he graduated from Royal College of Art. It soon became famous thanks to the innovative approach with which Héctor turns everyday products on their head.

“I try to create products and projects with which I feel identified in the most human, emotional and extraordinary way possible. Somehow I combine two seemingly opposite concepts: innovation and familiarity”

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