Win a Philippe Starck ‘Bubu’ stool

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Bubu storage stool in chalk white and charcoal grey colours. Designed by Philippe Starck and available at Indice.

Bubu storage stool in chalk white and charcoal grey colours. Designed by Philippe Starck and available at Indice. Image: Supplied

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Bubu storage stool in charcoal grey.

Bubu storage stool in charcoal grey. Image: Supplied

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Bubu storage stool in chalk.

Bubu storage stool in chalk. Image: Supplied

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A design by Philippe Starck, the playful and very practical ‘Bubu’ has a removable lid enabling it to function as a storage box, stool or a side table.

Want to win one? Urbis and Indice have two Bubu stools in chalk white and charcoal grey, valued at $220 each, to give away. Each stool is 440mm (height) x 330mm (diameter).

Email urbiscomps@agm.co.nz with your name and contact details to go into the draw. Competition closes on 06 September, 2012. See competition terms and conditions.


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