Fat Fat

Design Patricia Urquiola (2004) The look of Fat-Fat complements graces a young entertaining “swimming-pool” bed. With its disappearing headboard, it can even be placed at the centre of a room. A choice of small and compact sizes enables the bed to be used in youthful settings. Fat-Fat uses slatted wooden bases.
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    Designed by Patricia Urquiola 2002 Manufactured by B&B Italia The units recall the ashtrays of yesteryear, or Moroccan ottomans: an ideal surface for placing objects or for storage - once you lift the metal tray. The outside cover in synthetic fabric, felt, leather or pony skin conceals a frame made in orange polyethylene (created through rotational moulding), and a composite of polyurethane with flakes of regenerated PET that determines the shape of the piece.