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Normann Copenhagen presents the Circus pouf duo: the newcomer to the eponymous collection. Here, the classic velvet surface of the seat is replaced by two woolen materials in complementary tones, reminiscent of the typical stripes of a circus tent. 

A playful but still sophisticated touch for this pouf featuring a striped pattern for a hint of originality that adds character to the simplistic design and breathes new life into this much-loved collection… 

The Circus pouf duo is adorned with two Kvadrat wool fabrics: Canvas and Vidar. The colors of the Vidar collection were carefully selected by internationally renowned fashion designer Raf Simons, who reinterpreted the colorways of the collection originally designed by Fanny Aronson. 

The Vidar collection by Simons instills a touch of elegance in this pouf. Canvas was designed by color expert Giulio Ridolfo, whose unique palette of hues is part of the originality of Circus' design. Both textile materials are certified by the European Ecolabel and Greenguard Gold, thus guaranteeing environmentally friendly products and very good indoor air quality.

From warm shades to cool hues, via bright pop colours, this collection designed by Simon Legald is now available in a multitude of irresistible colours.

The Circus model features velvet upholstery available in a wide range of colors: Rust, Yellow, Dark Red, Light Blue, Dark Blue, Beige, Purple, Gray and Blush. Each of these many shades underlines the shimmering surface of the velvet, dressing its organic and minimalist silhouette in a soft decadence. 

The new duo of Circus striped poufs is available in eight shades: Rose, Black, Sand, Orange, Green, Blue, Yellow and Light Blue. This original model instills a joyful touch into an interior and evokes childhood memories of the circus tent and the magic of its universe. 

It creates a warm and friendly environment, bringing a tactile dimension to an interior. 

NormanTo learn more, visit Normann Copenhagen website.

 



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