December 17, 2014
The Cuzco Collection by Zuzunaga combines bright colors, irregular geometry, and a fascinating history to create these charming and super functional poufs. The poufs are inspired by the Saksaywaman dry stone wall outside of Cuzco in Peru, an ancient Incan structure comprised of precisely cut stones, fitting together without cement and forming an indesctructible wall able to withstand centuries. This grouping of four poufs works together in endless combinations to make a one-of-a-kind larger ottoman, or can be split up to stand alone or, with unexpected right angles, fit against corners and other furniture. See more photos of this fun product and Zuzunaga’s other inspired textiles on their website.