Get Back is inspired by the refrain, “ Get back, get back, get back to where you once belonged ”.
A playfully schematic text for a project that represents a return to comfort, to a welcoming tailor-made space where you can really feel at home.
The 1919 armchair takes its cue from model 128, which made its debut in Renzo Frau's 1919 catalogue.
A contemporary armchair with a sartorial mood, born after a long work of fine-tuning shapes, weights, volumes.
Tristan Auer designs a collection of poufs for Poltrona Frau which stand out for their nomadic, versatile and flexible elegance: the Grant seats are equally at home in public and residenti
With the Volare Due bed, Roberto Lazzeroni revisits the previous Volare, playing with the contrast between tension and suspension that accentuates the various volumes of the bed and its co
The series of Othello tables is inspired by the meeting of pure and natural materials.
Ludovica + Roberto Palomba have designed the Mr Moonlight bed with the same philosophy that inspired the Let it be sofa.
Officially called “model 904” but known, since 1984, as Vanity Fair, over time this seat has become the emblem of Poltrona Frau.
Poltrona Frau and Acqua di Parma, two companies synonymous with consummate Italian craftsmanship and luxury, have combined their expertise to create the Car Diffuser.
Comfortable, versatile, elegant, the Ginger Ale armchair is just at home in the workspace, as a workstation or meeting room chair, as it is in the domestic setting, in the study or dining
Ren is a symbolic reference to the centrality of human beings in interior design.
The Aspen plaid is pure softness. Designed by Simona Cremascoli for Poltrona Frau, it is made from precious Bouclé Alpaca, part of the Loro Piana Interiors fabric collection.
The family of Bob side tables, designed by Jean-Marie Massaud and produced by Poltrona Frau since 2006, has been further expanded with the Bob Bistrot line, a series of even more
Simple Japanese elegance and the tactile richness of solid wood, underlined by the expert dovetail joints: the Kyoto table designed by Gianfranco Frattini in '74 is faithfully revisited an
Let it Be
Inspired by the famous Beatles song, the Let it Be sofa, as the name suggests, is relaxing and welcoming, rejecting all forms of convention and formalism.