The Bonsai poufs are reminiscent of the famous trees worked by the expert hand of man, who models their shape.


In the ancient botanical art of bonsai, a trunk of large dimensions supports and dialogues with an artfully shaped canopy. Similarly, Bonsai poufs are the result of a search to harmonise the volumes of the padding and the size of the frames: an essential metallic tubular frame, but with a wide section, welcomes and supports a comfortable seat with soft and rounded shapes, which enhances the choice of the fabric or leather used for the upholstery. Available in four different sizes and heights, each of the Bonsai poufs can be chosen as a unique piece or combined in groups, freely combining multiple elements in the living area, the bedroom or in areas of hotels or public spaces intended for welcoming.

Data sheet

Width: 57cm

Depth: 57cm

Height: 48cm

Width: 67cm

Depth: 67cm

Height: 43cm

Width: 87cm

Depth: 87cm

Height: 43cm

Width: 122cm

Depth: 122cm

Height: 45cm

  • 9B02

  • 9B08

  • 9B17

  • 9B22

  • 9B26

  • 9B36

  • 9B39

  • 9B42

  • 9B44

  • 9B48

  • MC40

  • MC43

  • MC46

  • MC47

  • MC49

  • SP19

  • SP20

  • SP21

  • SP22

  • SP23

  • MB66

  • MB67

  • MB72

  • MB90

  • MB91

  • MB92

  • MD01

  • MD06

  • MD07

  • MD10

  • MD12

  • SP01

  • SP04

  • SP05

  • SP06

  • SP07

  • MA02

  • MA04

  • MA07

  • MA09

  • MA11

  • MA20

  • MA22

  • MA39

  • MC60

  • MC61

  • MC62

  • MC67

  • MC69

  • MC76

  • MC81

  • MC83

  • MC85

  • MA34

  • MA35

  • MA36

  • MA38

  • L08

  • L09

  • L26

  • L30

  • L34

  • L43

  • L44

  • L51

  • A01

  • A02

  • A03

  • A04

  • A05

  • A06

  • L06

  • Mat white

  • Mat dove grey

  • Mat brown

  • Mat amaranth

  • Mat bronze

  • Mat anthracite grey

  • Mat lead

  • Mat brass 30

  • Mat copper 30

Fabrics, eco-leather, leather and emery leather shown in this website are a selection. Colors and finishes are approximate and may slightly differ from actual ones. Please visit Bonaldo dealers to see the complete collection.



Paolo Grasselli

After graduating from ISIA design school in Florence, in 2003 he began working together with lighting manufacturers, for whom he designed several lamp collections. He has been Art Director of some companies in the lighting industry since 2008. His designs have been exhibited at the “Deutsches Architektur Museum” in Frankfurt and at the “Felissimo Design House” in New York.