Gufram was founded by the Gugliemetto brothers in 1966, in Italy. Gufram is a brand specialized in luxury furniture and non-conformist accessories. The design of the products retains influences from the avant-garde movement from that period. After studying the market and the trends at that time, the brothers experimented with revolutionary materials such as polyurethane foam.
In 1968, Gufram presented its products under the name of Multipli (art objects reproduced in limited edition) at the 14th Milan Triennial and, since 1972, several exhibits have been included in the permanent exhibition of the Modern Art Museum (MOMA) in New York. Currently, several Gufram creations are on permanent display at the Pompidou Center in Paris, as well as at the Denver Art Museum (USA).
Ron Ron Pouf
Ron Ron is similar to a fluffy pet that is affectionate and keeps you company. As its name suggests, Ron Ron makes one think of the warm purring of a cat. This pouf has a polyurethane foam core upholstered with soft fur imitation cover. As expected, its zoomorphic appearance is completed by a tail; be careful not to pull on it, or else you might disturb Ron Ron!
Created by the multi-talented artist Marion Baruch in the early 1970s, Ron Ron is included in the Gufram catalogue due to curators' efforts to preserve the memory of a radical design.
Displayed at the major exhibitions of the most famous museums in the world and auctioned by the most renowned auction houses, Ron Ron returns to its original role, that of being a mascot, cheering you up every day with its naughty presence.
Dimensions: H 50 x L 50 cm
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- Marion Baruch
- Polyurethane foam