The unique design and the wide modularity still make Marenco sofa a must of contemporary furniture.
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.
Modular system designed around the classical geometry of the arch, employing from the beginning the disciplined use of the arch to create something more organic.
For the design of the “Threshold” screen series, Neri&Hu proposes a free-standing partition that plays with structure, materiality, and dimensionality.
To remain faithful to the principle for self-honesty, the design of this collection unveils its construction method.
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.
Goya is a table with round and square, essential and simple lines, but with a great visual impact.
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".
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.
Jules & Jim
Jules & Jim are two simple armchairs, with a high seating comfort. Jules is the small version and Jim the larger version.
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.
Alba is a bookcase for displaying and containing, with exceptional compositional versatility. The shelves, thanks to the fixing elements with a single pin, allow to create round compositions.
The seat was born from a very simple idea: two tubes bent into a “U” shape and connected together by a joint.
Carlo Colombo signs a large size and particularly comfortable seating system, inspired by the high peaks, but characterized by a great formal elegance.
At the end of the '60s, the architect Cini Boeri revolutionizes the furniture market with her model, that is now an "evergreen": the seating system Strips.