Arabesque's sinuous lines display the same natural tension as a dancer's body. A fluid balance and a supple grace deriving from complex processes. Materials and construction details are calibrated for maximum ergonomic performance. The deliberately l..
Seasoned beech support structure. Seat, backrest and armrests sprung by means of hand-tied double cone steel springs resting on jute belts. Seat padding is in rubberised horsehair; the backrest and armrests are in hand-shaped vegetable horsehair. The..
Conspicuous use of black leather and its tubular metal structure clearly
tie the concept for the A.B.C. armchair to the design language of the Modern
Movement. Yet, the low seat, that allows the upholstered pieces to fit
perfectly within the ..
The A.B.C.D. armchair is a re-edition of the iconic A.B.C. armchair,
introduced in 1996. Some substantial changes were made to the new version,
launched in 2014 – like the re-design of the base and elimination of the
armrest – to give it a so..
Featuring the same compact body as other designs in the series, this swivel version of the About A Lounge Chair has a light metal frame. Available in high- and low-back versions, the high-backed version of About A Lounge Chair has a more formal expre..
The About A Lounge Chair has a compact body with shaped armrests combined with round wooden legs. In line with the rest of the series, the sculpted design has been kept simple, with nothing left to chance. It is available in a low-backed version with..
The Adda armchair possesses the same straightforward, contemporary
aesthetic as the seating system of the same name. Generous cushions with
goose-down padding and piping that underscores their soft, welcoming shape
offer delightful visual co..
Aida, with its soft and graceful design, evokes the corolla of a flower. The arms open and curve outwards like petals. Simple geometrical forms make up what is a delicate yet strongly characterised ensemble. Again, with this design, Roberto Lazzeroni..
Amoebe was created by Verner Panton in 1970 for his famous Visiona installation, which included several versions of this lounge piece. It embodies the exuberant spirit of the early 1970s. Thanks to its upholstered surfaces and the flexible back shell..
Archibald invites you in to mediate and relax. The icon chair created by Jean-Marie Massaud today goes royal: Archibald King is here. Important, majestic, fit for royalty. A distinguishing large headrest takes up on the elegant folds of the backrest ..
Jean-Marie Massaud has designed the Archibald Gran Comfort in a completely new interpretation of the Archibald project, of which it offers a refined and informal version. The central element is the large and soft seat cushion. The luxurious and ..
As voluminous as it is comfortable, Armchair 400 was created by Alvar Aalto in 1936 for an exhibition at the Milan Triennale, where it was promptly awarded a prize. The chair owes its nickname “Tank” to its distinctive wide and sturdy armrests made o..
Armchair 406 combines simple elegance with comfort. Since wood changes over time, the armrests are formed from a single piece that is then split in half, ensuring that as the chair ages, it remains perfectly balanced. The cantilevered birch frame and..
Unusual surface and colour effects for the Assaya armchair and pouf. In addition to Pelle Frau® Leather, new fabric upholstery options bring out the sinuous design of this collection. The armchair features elegant weaves wrapped around the inner part..
Handsome and well-structured, Boss convincingly fits the bill as an
executive chair when placed in an office, and as a welcoming haven inside the
home. Excellent back support is provided by the metal and polyurethane
foam shell covered in a l..
The concept for the
Bretton chaiselongue places cowhide at the heart of the design. This
quintessential, timeless material is a favorite at Flexform and the company has
consistently refined the craftsmanship techniques that make it a customer