It is called Times like the famous font and has the same incisiveness and straightforward style as a typographical project.
This bed embodies the new vision of Poltrona Frau.
Cockpit is a contemporary hybrid, a meeting of two brands, two imaginations, two industrial philosophies to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Ferrari.
The Chester sofa celebrates the classic model of Edwardian England, revisited by Renzo Frau in the first catalogue in 1912 and inspired by the sofas and armchairs that populated English cl
The Montera series designed by Roberto Lazzeroni has a formal lightness that expresses the sensory charm of its materials: the raw cut processing exalts the tactility of the saddle-leather
Get Back is inspired by the refrain, “ Get back, get back, get back to where you once belonged ”.
Attractive and functional, the Bob side table completes every room with elegant simplicity.
A unique block of marble in the world, a masterpiece of nature. A single piece.
Officially called “model 904” but known, since 1984, as Vanity Fair, over time this seat has become the emblem of Poltrona Frau.
Archibald Dining Chair
Inspired by his iconic Archibald chair, Wallpaper*Award in the “Best Domestic Design” section in 2009, Jean-Marie Massaud creates another little masterpiece, a dining chair of impeccable e
Roberto Lazzeroni revisits the traditional dining table to turn it into an item of contemporary and harmonious elegance.
A sensual score of sounds that blend together harmoniously in space: Roberto Lazzeroni was clearly inspired by Ravel’s hypnotic Bolero when he designed this sleek table which seems to be a
In the world of Japanese calligraphy there is an invisible but deliberate continuity between points, lines and characters called Iren (意連).
The 1919 armchair takes its cue from model 128, which made its debut in Renzo Frau's 1919 catalogue.
Archibald Gran Comfort
Jean-Marie Massaud has designed the Archibald Gran Comfort in a completely new interpretation of the Archibald project, offering a refined and informal version of its former self.