Fuori Stool Cushion / 59,50 eur 119 eur

Availability: In stock

Designed by Monique Consentino

Add comfort to the Fuori Stool with this weatherproof cushion, made from a water repellent and UV resistant fabric.

Outdoor Textile / Olive Green
Quickdry Outdoor Foam
LxWxH: 35x35x5 cm
Item no. 1960623
WxDxH: 36x36x5 cm
Weight: 0,35 kg
Material and care
  • Proper usage and maintenance

    Proper usage and maintenance is vital for getting the most out of the valuable resources we have. Our designs are made to last for generations, but just like everything else, they need a little care to get there.

  • Barriere

    Barriere is our own range of Oeko-Tex certified and solution-dyed acrylic fabrics used for upholstering our cushions and pillows. The acrylic fibre we use is a synthetic but cotton-like fabric with world-class features for outdoor usage, making it:
    - Extremely colour and lightfast
    - Water and dirt repellent
    - Free from harmful substances
    - Mildew-resistant
    - Removable and machine washable at 30° C.

    Washing instructions
    Wipe the fabric with a firmly wrung cloth. In case of more obstinate stains, remove the upholstery and machine wash it at 30° C.

    If the fabric is exposed to heavy rain, we recommend that you take it off and dry it separately with the filling.

    Fossflake is a 100 % pure and hypoallergenic polyethylene known for its superb ability to trap air between the flakes and maintain its volume and shape over time. In addition, Fossflakes are good at regulation temperature since the filling materials allow air to circulate within the cushion.

    Cushions and pillows are filled with a hollow conjugated polyester fiber on the UK/US market.

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Fuori Serving Trolley/699 eur
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About the designer / Monique Consentino

Born and raised in in the southern part of the Danish peninsula Jutland, Monique has always felt quite Danish. But lately she has discovered that her Italian roots are present and influential in everything from sources of inspiration and choices of materials to the very final expressions of her objects. According to Monique, design can easily be sculptural and aesthetic while at the same time also realizing its core function to its fullest. If design is done in the right way – fulfilling the right functions – one can actually get used to living a life with very few elements at home.