This is the pouf module from our Ploid modular collection, a series made up of only three elements with which multiple seating configurations and environments can be created. This particular piece allows the other two Ploid modules to become a chaise lounge. In addition, since it is a completely flat platform, you could use two or more units to configure a daybed or deck chair, or simply a large sitting stool.
1,2,3 and that's it. Designed by the studio Romero Vallejo, the Ploid collection is a modular feat. There is nothing you can’t achieve with these three Ploid pieces: from a simple armchair to a love seat or a straight sofa with unlimited seats. But with this pouf module, the seats can not just extend horizontally as a sofa, they can also become a huge chill out bed. With Ploid, reconfiguring a space according to the needs of the moment is really easy.
Although you would normally use it as an extension for other seats, this module can be very useful as a large stool or bench when you have many guests. It is really large, measuring 94 x 94 cm.
This module is not a table, although you can place a tray on it. If you do need a table, check out the side table from the collection.
Ploid is a series specially designed to be used outdoors, however it can also work indoors. If you’d like to have inside your home, go ahead!
We know that one of the most uncomfortable things in a modular collection is that its elements slide and end up separating. We always include a U-shaped link that connects the modules so that they do not move.
Do you have questions about the colour options? Don't worry, all Diabla colours go well together. Check out our colour chart to make sure your choice chromatically harmonizes with your space.
Romero & Vallejo
Founded by architects Sara Romero and Mariano Vallejo in 2004, Romero Vallejo specializes in integral projects of architecture, interior design, product design and creative direction. From concept-creation to its complete execution, they approach all phases and aspects of a project counting on a multidisciplinary team that works internationally, integrated by designers, engineers, lawyers and economists. They are regular collaborators of GANDIABLASCO and GAN, having also directed both the conception and the launch of Diabla during its first three years.