Verdigris is the common name for a green pigment obtained through the application of acetic acid to copper plates or the natural patina formed when copper, brass or bronze is weathered and exposed to air or seawater over time.
The rational and functional Boby trolley was defined as a “tower storage unit” by the designer Joe Colombo himself. You can use it to store all the objects and accessories that you use daily. It is a symbol of an increasingly direct contemporary transversality between living and working spaces.
Keeping its class now in Verdigris, the iconic Boby trolley is true to its innate nomadic and dynamic nature. Its fresh and original shade verdigris makes it versatile enough to combine with the diverse decorating styles. Functionality and detail are its strong points that, together with an undeniably pop flavor, make it the most popular storage trolley in medical, creativity sectors, and homes.
Boby is proudly part of the permanent MoMA collection in New York and the “Triennale di Milano,” having attained the 1971 Smau Award.