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Ryosuke Fukusada for Bonaldo | Kadou and Muffin

Lighting Ryosuke Fukusada for Bonaldo | Kadou and Muffin

Bonaldo presents Kadou and Muffin – two items of interior décor which were extremely successful at the 2013 Salone del Mobile furniture show. Both products are designed by the Japanese Ryosuke Fukusada – in the illuminated version, confirming once more the ultimate versatility of his products.  Kadou was presented at the show in the version with a matt base designed for use as a coat stand. Bonaldo now launches it in the Kadou Light version, a coat stand which can also light its surroundings: Kadou has thus been turned into a floor lamp. The base of Kadou Light is made of white polyethylene and the five branches are made of steel, in eight different colours: painted matt white, anthracite grey, dove-grey, coral red, orange, green, ivory, powder pink and brown.

Ryosuke Fukusada for Bonaldo | Kadou and MuffinThe result is a bright, contemporary item of interior décor which blends seamlessly in with any setting. Muffin also acquires a new function: originally conceived with a dual identity as both coffee table and pouf, now the white version is also available with a light. Muffin Light can be combined easily with other Muffins in the classic version (which are available in white, anthracite, red, dove-grey and green) to create various compositions which add a splash of colour to any setting, creating unprecedented atmospheres in both public and private environments.

Designer: Ryosuke Fukusada for Bonaldo
Project name: Kadou and Muffin
Dimensions: 42 cm high, maximum diameter of 50 cm.
Dimensions: 173 cm high, maximum overall dimensions of 38 cm.
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