Pop-style furniture, between colours and irony

Eccentric and cheerful, the pop style envelops you in a world of colours, shapes and cultural references. Born in the form of an artistic trend, it immediately manifested itself as a true act of rebellion against tradition and classicism.

Pop Art was officially presented to the world during a symposium at the MoMa museum in New York in 1962. The term referred to the artistic trend involving various media, from film to art, via television and design. Through a reworking of advertising images, comic strips and consumerist icons, it immediately distinguished itself as a breakthrough movement, even in home interiors.

The Pop style blossomed in the world of furniture, presenting shapes, colours and materials that were hitherto unthinkable.

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