“She can look smart for when she goes to work, dressed up when going to a party, or put on something cosy when staying in. Dress her as you want her to be!”
arﬂex, always engaged in a constant work of research and realizations, presents 9000 by Tito Agnoli, a series of compact and variously articulated seats.
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.
Cini Boeri restores Bengodi model, designed in 1974, chosen by arflex, sure that it would have been loved, today as at that time.
Goya is a table with round and square, essential and simple lines, but with a great visual impact.
The continuous search for elegance and simplicity has brought the architect Carlo Colombo to the realization of Katrin armchair, conceived as a body to be dressed with an elegant and luxurious dres
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".
Very versatile seating system with the possibility of creating dynamic compositions, thanks to the versions of the backrests.
Carlo Colombo signs a large size and particularly comfortable seating system, inspired by the high peaks, but characterized by a great formal elegance.
Jules & Jim
Jules & Jim are two simple armchairs, with a high seating comfort. Jules is the small version and Jim the larger version.
A classic of the '50s office, Elettra is the armchair you can't do without. Thanks to its timeless style and its elegant proportions, it adapts perfectly to any environment.
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
The extreme formal essentiality of these upholstered elements, designed in 1976 by the architect Mario Marenco, still makes them a very current model.
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.
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.