The reissue of a 1969 pop icon that resides in the permanent collections of New York’s Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a big deal indeed. Tube, a deconstructed lounger by the late Italian architectJoe Colombo, originally produced by Flexform, is now on Cappellini’s books, reproduced to the same specifications but with the aid of current rotational-molding manufacturing. Hooked together with fasteners, the tubes can be rearranged as desired to form different configurations. The seat’s structure of foam-covered polypropylene is now available upholstered in luxe leather or a two-way stretch fabric in orange, yellow, black, turquoise, or white. Handily, the cylinders stow one inside the other—not that you’ll ever want to stash Tube out of sight.