Icons of the 90es’ furniture design are the colourful seating eggs out of the Tato collection from Baleri Italia (once Cerruti Baleri).
In 1999 the Lunella variant followed, as well as the Tato Bean and Tato Bonbon editions in 2001, these ones have been created by Enrico Baleri working alone.
Tato Bonbon consists of flexible and ecological polyurethane (without FCKW) and possesses an anatomic interior structure. Two lateral cuts adopt the elastic tissue. The removable and elastic textile coatings are available in two different variants (Malaga and Dakota), as well as in many further colours.
Tato Bonbon is also available with the Malaga and Dakota fabrics and also in other colours. The available fabrics and colours can be viewed in the PDF-data below.