An Intriguing Furniture Collection: Buddha Head Table and Pouf

An Intriguing Furniture Collection: Buddha Head Table and Pouf

Here is a furniture collection that will not leave you indifferent. Buddha head table and pouf were designed by 21st Living Art and make for some intriguing decor additions. Here are a few words from the producers: “Beato Pouf and Pacifico Table fully satisfy the use they were designed for. They have a strong symbolic value that actually dilutes their seemingly ironic and “peaceful” appearance. The head of Buddha, symbol of a faraway culture, is used here in a new way as seating, becoming an easy and versatile piece of furniture. Beato Pouf therefore becomes part of our relaxing moments, integrating itself in the surrounding space almost like a piece of history. Pacifico Table wants to tell us its story. As we sit around it we can take in its beauty and appreciate it for its simplicity and immediacy.” What is your opinion on these furniture items? Would you consider having them in your home?

5 comments

  • Buddha Head Table & Pouf « deQor8 August 5, 2011 at 11:59 AMLogin to Reply →

    […] digging these Buddha tables seen at Fresh Home.  Here’s what they had to say: Here is a furniture collection that will not leave you […]

  • Buddha Head Table and Pouf | Trend In House August 13, 2011 at 13:41 PMLogin to Reply →

    […] Buddha head of the table and pouf designed by Art Living into the 21st. Head of Buddha, a symbol of a distant culture, is used here in a new way as a place to sit, be easy and versatile piece of furniture. Beato Pouf because it becomes part of our leisure moments, to integrate itself in the space around it almost like a piece of history.[Via] […]

  • Damith March 18, 2015 at 10:48 AMLogin to Reply →

    Hope all understand the way we should respect to Buddha same like Jesus.

  • David Traversa March 22, 2015 at 00:57 AMLogin to Reply →

    What a perfectly clever idea!! to transform a centuries old design and bring it up to date just by tilting it on its side and obtaining a totally different concept!!
    As a table it’s a smashing and sophisticated design, as a stool quite unusual, I love them both, by I would never use them together.
    It would be too much of a good thing.

  • David Traversa March 22, 2015 at 01:07 AMLogin to Reply →

    In my comment I wrote “*by* I would never…, when I meant *but*”.
    How can I edit an error once the comment is printed?