In 2002, the Tokyo-Pop collection marks the debut on the international scene of the designer Tokujin Yoshioka, today considered one of the masters of contemporary design. It is a collection made up of an armchair, sofa, chaise longue, stool and table (see Product Family), which forget the banality of plastic to transform themselves into real sculptures.
The monobloc stool is made of polyethylene made by rotational molding, which has an unusual shape based on the geometric deformation of a cylinder. The line chosen for the stool is to adapt to the positions of the body and legs. It fits perfectly for indoor and outdoor use.