The small Lullaby lounge chair, with its unusual con guration and inclination, evokes the comfort and the act of cradling. Its immediate and pleasant-sounding name is almost onomatopoeic: the “L” recalls the shape of the wooden legs, while “U” identi es the couch on the floor plan, in addition to recall a rocking motion. Small object of desire with an off- plan shape that captures the gaze despite its small dimensions. Lullaby reveals sophisticated details behind its apparent simplicity, such as the small supporting foot in cuvée painted metal, the ash solid structure and the covering in soft fabric, leather or ecoleather. This is a particular homage by Porro and the designer to the Bauhaus and its diktat of reconciling functionalism and formal purism, in an ideal fusion of artisanal artistic creation and industrial production.