Vanity Fair XC
The company’s most iconic product, the Vanity Fair armchair encapsulates all of the values of timeless elegance, quality materials and consummate craftsmanship that have made the Poltrona Frau brand a renowned name over the years.
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
Ren is a symbolic reference to the centrality of human beings in interior design.
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.
With the Aurora Due bed, designer Tito Agnoli offers his seductive take on the bedroom.
The Fred desk is a meeting of light, almost ethereal geometries. Roberto Lazzeroni creates a piece of furniture in which the visual pleasure of a continuous saddle-leather
Cockpit is a contemporary hybrid, a meeting of two brands, two imaginations, two industrial philosophies to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Ferrari.
Officially called “model 904” but known, since 1984, as Vanity Fair, over time this seat has become the emblem of Poltrona Frau.
Poltrona Frau has carried out an interesting philological work on the Mesa project: on the basis of a number of original designs by Lella and Massimo Vignelli, two new versions of the original tabl
The Archibald King by Jean-Marie Massaud is the perfect combination of substance and form, the armchairs and poufs boasting a comfortable and enveloping design ideal for
Created by the masterful architect and designer Gianfranco Frattini (1926-2004), one of the trailblazers of the golden era of Italian design, the Turner swivel bookcase first saw the light
A unique block of marble in the world, a masterpiece of nature. A single piece.
Designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, Jobs is an executive system of desks, meeting tables and office furniture. The latter category consists of storage units, bookcases and drawer units.
A contemporary armchair with a sartorial mood, born after a long work of fine-tuning shapes, weights, volumes.
A Poltrona Frau classic since Renzo Frau presented it in 1912, Chester has graced the decades and generations with its timeless elegance, becoming a genuine icon in the history of interior