In our work as architects we often have to place furniture and other design objects in rooms and spaces. One of the re- occurring challenges is to match the geometry of the room with the expression of the object. An interesting fact is that round or circular shaped objects generally do not interfere with the linearity of walls and floors, while square objects – like a square ottoman – have to be placed exactly in line with the walls.
In the ottoman, the shape is also a transformation from a circle to the rounded pentagon. So that the Penta ottoman is both subtle and characteristic. Base in wood. Upholstery shaped polyurethane with differentiated density. Feet or wheels black color.