Floating on an upturned edge, reminiscent of the dress collar known in France with the name of "col Claudine".
A sofa with a minimalist and rigorous structure, for a comfortable and, at the same time, decorative effect.
B.B.P.R. studio designed the armchair Giulietta with all the characteristics of arflex production: deep study of the line and absolute comfort, without forgetting the elegance.
The architect Cini Boeri tells that she was inspired by Christo Vladimirov Javasev's and Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebon's works, masters in the art of landscape painting.
To remain faithful to the principle for self-honesty, the design of this collection unveils its construction method.
Bonsai is inspired by reflection upon Japanese aesthetics and culture. The seat is characterized by soft and curved shapes, reminiscent of clouds.
The hug, the friendly and welcoming gesture, seen more clearly in the "open - armed" of the armrests, is meant as a universal invitation: "come, sit with me a while and I will put you at ease".
Seating system with a comfortable line, where its structure can be enriched by the manual weave of the cowhide, in order to give an elegant scene to the sofa.
Delfino armchair by Erberto Carboni is a significant example of the so-called "organic" furniture, which develops in the 1950s and draws inspiration from the forms of nature.
The unique design and the wide modularity still make Marenco sofa a must of contemporary furniture.
Supplì, designed by Luca Nichetto, is an inviting and elegant armchair; the soft and sinuous curves give off heat and embody a spatial anchoring, almost perfect for rest and relaxation.
It is possible to create a very large possibility of proposals with a personal character, maintaining the aesthetical and functional point of view, that place themselves individually in very differ
To remain faithful to this search for interior honesty, the design of this collection reveals its constructive method.
Very versatile seating system with the possibility of creating dynamic compositions, thanks to the versions of the backrests.
The extreme formal essentiality of these upholstered elements, designed in 1976 by the architect Mario Marenco, still makes them a very current model.