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Melbourne design studio Coco Flip’s playful Puku ottoman takes it’s name from the Maori word for ‘chubby belly’, and the rotund design is inspired by the Japanese cartoon characters such as Totoro.
Made in Melbourne, Puku is upholstered in the finest Kvadrat fabrics from Denmark. Choose from a range of vibrant colours for the top, and a selection of mottled greys for the bottom.
The Puku ottoman will make a bright, kooky addition to any room, either on their own, or grouped in multiple colours. They can be used to sit on or put your feet up when you’re relaxing, and look great scattered around a coffee table.
Coco Flip is a Melbourne based furniture & lighting design studio, established in 2010 by designer Kate Stokes. Taking its philosophy from the Swedish word ‘lagom’, translating roughly to ‘not too much, and not too little’, Coco Flip works closely with local craftsmen & manufacturers to create products and experiences that provoke thought and conversation, engaging the public and encouraging an escape from the every day.
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Photos: Haydn Cattach via Coco Flip