60s inflatable furniture returns

by Modculture 4 June, 2008


A 1960s classic is back in 2008 – Quasar inflatable furniture, courtesy of Branex.

First available in 1969, the Quasar range (designed by Quasar Khanh) was seen as a reaction to traditional  solid structures – becoming a big favourite amongst the hip generation. But its more than a political statement – Quasar furniture is easily transportable, solid (small strips are added to the structure for support and shape) and made of triple strength PVC. And of course, there’s those space age looks.

The models offered by Branex are the a Chesterfield sofa, a Satellite armchair and a Pouf stool. All are available in a choice of white or orange and, you’ll be pleased to know, with a repair kit, with prices starting at around £75.

Find out more at the Made In Design website

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