Fiorenza by ARFLEX



Designer Franco Albini
Launched in 1953
Architonic id 1001164

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The armchair Fiorenza - wrote Frank Helg, of the study Albini-Helg - that Arflex put in production in 1952, is the deveopment of an armchair that Franco Albini drew in 1939 and which was realized in little samples of artisan production. The model went through various versions during the decades, thanks to its special design and characteristic, Fiorenza is still a very comfortable chair with an ergonomic sitting posture for chatting, snoozing or reading. Fiorenza is comparable to a traditional, high-back bergère, althous the linea are light and the design has a distinctly contemporary idiom.

Solid beechwood frame, walnut coloured. Seat and backrest structure in solid pinewood, covered with stress-resistant, differentiated density polyurethane foam. Metal armrests covered with injection moulded polyurethane foam. Springing by means of reinforced elastic straps. Unremovable covers. External wooden frame available also black laquered.

Dimensions: W 73 - D 92 - H 103 - Hs 44 cm

Designer: Franco Albini

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