Bobo Divano


Bobo, designed by Cini Boeri in 1967, is one of the first examples of a monobloc seat made exclusively of polyurethane foam, without an internal frame. Bobolungo, Boboletto and Boborelax created from Bobo, make up a curious and unusual family of essential furnishings, an example of pure design, without etiquettes and adjectives. Bobo Divano was born from the previous Boborelax of the year 1967, whose design came out from the research of a monobloc plastic shape. It is manufactured using polyurethane foams in differentiated density, without an internal rigid frame. The design expresses plastically the research of synthesis and continuity of the shape
 

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Cini Boeri

Designer (1967)

She took her degree in the Polytechnic in Milan in 1951. She started her independent professional activity in 1963 (after a period of collaboration with Marco Zanuso) working in architecture and design. She designed houses, apartments and shops both in Italy and abroad, paying particular attention...

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Arflex

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In 1947 Carlo Barassi, engineer of Pirelli, together with Renato Teani, in the financial dpt. of Pirelli, Pio Reggiani and Aldo Bai, founded the company Ar-flex (flexible furniture), that became later Arflex. They worked together with a young...

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