Designed by Lucio Curcio for Formabilio, the Pi’gio was born from the idea of creating youthful decor with a touch of humor. Curcio designed a pop object that is easily recognizable, funny, and links form and communication. The funky poufs combine together the idea of “emoticon” language and the shape of a computer key, with funny and cheerful colors for a really irresistible result. Comfortable and lightweight, the Pigio also features eco-friendly upholstering.
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