Beea pouf, a Kenzo Home creation
Designed by artistic director Antonio Marras, the Beea pouf is a playful reinterpretation of the Pagodon Pouf, inspired by the eponymous iconic Kenzo bag. Covered in black or white sheepskin, the Beea has a leather handle that serves as a collar for a metal bell. The "hooves" are chrome-plated industrial rollers.
To spotlight the new creation for the home, the artistic director of Kenzo created a special piece for the Milan Furniture Fair called "Beea and the roving flock". Ninety-nine white Beea Poufs and one black one form a flock of 100 nomadic sheep wearing 100 bells that each rings with a different tone.