The multipurpose Paheko means “combination” in the Maori language. Made of white or black polypropylene, and with joint rings available in 5 colors, there are up to 30 different combinations available. Reinvent the design by turning it up or down and use it indoors or outdoors. Put a book on it nearby a bed and it will become a nightstand; a cocktail by a pool will make it an outdoor table; inside the house or in a bathroom it could turn into a stool, while in a restaurant or café it could serve as a bag holder. Lightweight and sturdy this stool combines 1980's style with a minimalist aesthetic.
Indoor/outdoor. Stackable. UV resistant. Commercial/residential use.
12"W | 12"D | 17"H
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Simone Viola was born in Mendrisio, Switzerland in 1985. After a rigorous training in industrial design in Milan and through his collaboration during various architectural and design studies, he began to gain experience in Switzerland and abroad. In 2011, he founded the Simone Viola Design Studio, focusing on industrial projects for furniture and accessories. His philosophy leans toward research on the materials and technical aspects related to the development of the project, conceptually guided by historical and artistic references. This approach produces the most natural connection to contemporary design, where the object is not the expression of a trend, but a long-lasting fusion of form and the intended use. Soft, natural elegant shapes and an elevated attention to details characterizes his work and a continuous optimization of the development phase allows the realization of high quality and generously accommodating products.