I know. This looks very similar to a 1970s design classic. But for now, let’s go with the Audrie Bean Bag Chair at Made.
You know which one I am talking about. This looks very much like the Togo seating range by Ligne Roset. Togo seating is something of a 1970s classic, but to be honest, the Togo has never really gone away. Yes, it retains that laid back groovy feel of 1973, but the fact that it is both comfy and versatile (it is modular seating), as well as very stylish means that there will always be a demand for it.
Saying that, the Togo is a pricey option, regardless of what you go for, whether that’s a sofa, a chair or the ‘mini’ version for kids. Which is perhaps why companies have made designs inspired by it.
This is by no means a copy, but it definitely takes inspiration from Michel Ducaroy’s original design. For a start, the shape is slightly different and less sophisticated in terms of construction. More of a bean bag than a chair. Also, this is a standalone item. There isn’s a sofa add-on here or a corner unit. If that’s what you want, go check out the Togo range.
But if you just want a funky 1970s-style seat that’s a little less formal than the majority of designs out there, have a look at this one.
There are five colour options for the Audrie, each one ideal for a bedroom (I’m thinking kids room) or any less formal space that needs a seat with character. At £179, it doesn’t break the bank either.