Cradle's characteristic is based on the structure: a classical triangular construction, that is repeated several times around the models.
arﬂex, always engaged in a constant work of research and realizations, presents 9000 by Tito Agnoli, a series of compact and variously articulated seats.
The extreme formal essentiality of these upholstered elements, designed in 1976 by the architect Mario Marenco, still makes them a very current model.
We are at the end of the ‘50s: an interesting series of armchairs and sofas, designed by Roberto Menghi and called Hall, joins arflex collection.
Cradle's characteristic is based on the structure : a classical triangular construction, that is repeated several times around the models.
To remain faithful to the principle for self-honesty, the design of this collection unveils its construction method.
Cini Boeri designed Botolo in 1973, giving life to a new design style, where you could choose the height of the legs to have a dining chair in the high version or a style, at that time modern, "the
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.
To remain faithful to this search for interior honesty, the design of this collection reveals its constructive method.
Serenity, simplicity, materiality, modularity are some of the key words of Rendez-Vous.
The unique design and the wide modularity still make Marenco sofa a must of contemporary furniture.
The simple image makes the sofa reassuring in its contemporaneity; Leenus is a modular seating system, that allows the adjustment to countless furnishing spaces.
Neptunia collection was designed in the 1950s, as a continuous line of Elettra's series, to offer a wide choice to design offices and public spaces.
arflex, to celebrate the great 52-years success of Marenco model, thought to “move it outside”.
Orfeo was inspired by Elettra chair, designed in the '50s for the first furnishings for offices and collective spaces.