Round cushion Ø 45 cm - Velvet Turtle S

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Inspired by nature, this Turtle velvet cushion features a green shade reminiscent of dense forests and lush landscapes.

It is designed to bring warm originality to any interior. Made from fabric scraps from furniture manufacturing, this cushion combines a careful finish with a contemporary design, reflecting traditional know-how.


      Removable cushion cover / Interior cushion provided / Zipper
      Composition: fabric scraps from furniture manufacturing
      Dimensions: 45 x 45 cm
      Made in Poland

      The brand

      366 Concept is a Polish company specializing in the design and production of furniture, famous for having brought the famous 366 armchair up to date. This armchair, designed in 1962 by the Polish designer Józef Chierowski, was at the time the most popular piece of furniture most popular in communist Poland. After the country's political transition, the armchair, like many design elements of that era, fell into oblivion.

      It was in 2014 that 366 Concept began its adventure with the ambition of resurrecting this treasure of Polish design. The brand has not only brought the 366 chair back to life by resuming production to Chierowski's original specifications, but it has also modernized the process by adopting sustainable practices. In doing so, 366 Concept has succeeded in combining the charm of the old with the demands of the new, using eco-responsible materials and environmentally friendly production methods.

      366 Concept's approach is part of a desire to preserve Polish design heritage while making it relevant for contemporary consumers. Each piece of furniture produced by 366 Concept is thus a piece of history, a bridge between the past and the present, offering a timeless aesthetic coupled with ecological awareness. The brand has become synonymous with design that tells a story, that of a Poland that looks to the future while honoring its past.

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