UAP 2011

Bouli is a family of uniquely designed and exceptionally comfortable sofas with irregular, oval shapes.

Varied seating surface invites the user to relax in the most comfortable position.

A highlight of the design is the possibility to choose a base from a range of options with different functionalities and aesthetic qualities determining the final form of the furniture.

The seats can be fixed on wooden legs or metal skids. Equipped with skilfully concealed feet, Bouli becomes a low pouffe which looks like it is hovering above the floor. Bouli is also available in a variant suspended on black ropes, creating an impression of floating freely in the air.

Bouli furniture is offered as two- and three-seater versions.

Multifunctionality and supreme user comfort make the collection a popular choice for public facilities.


Upholstered furniture
loop legs, painted steel, solid oak legs, synthetic feet, black polyester ropes
polyurethane foam
Structural elements
slab elements
fabric, leather
UAP 2011
Julia Pawlikowska, Olga Mężyńska, Urszula Burgieł.

Students (now graduates) of Poznań Academy of Fine Arts (UAP), where they participated in the 10th edition of the Education - Project Programme in Poznań (PE-P).

As part of their designing tasks within the Programme, two furniture collections were designed and implemented by NOTI - Bouli and Cubber.