Pierre Paulin Pumpkin Sofa
  • Pierre Paulin Pumpkin Sofa
  • Pierre Paulin Pumpkin Sofa
As its name suggests Pumpkin is evocative of a giant pumpkin, welcoming the user with its protectively voluptuous (and voluptuously protective) shell.

Characteristic of the revolutionary style of Paulin, as initiated at the end of the 1950s, the designer effectively liberated seating by treating each piece as a unique volume, more or less sculpted from foam and not necessarily resting on four feet. This untraditional approach brought extraordinary freedom in terms of form, liberating seating as it did from standard methods of assembly and orthogonal lines.

Pierre Paulin

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