Key facts

Product:
Brera
Family:
Brera
Manufacturer:
Poltrona Frau >
Designer:
Guglielmo Ulrich >
Architonic ID:
1308424
Country:
Italy
Launched:
2015
Manufacturer groups :
Seating-Benches >
Groups:
Seating-Benches >

Product description

Poltrona Frau reissues one of the most interesting and versatile pieces in the incredibly rich portfolio of Guglielmo Ulrich - the Brera bench. The simplicity of the design is fully consistent with the particular leather weave that adorns the seat. The wide 2 mm-thick straps, decorated right along their length with hand markings, create a motif that is both geometrical and tactile. The overall effect, linear and sophisticated, is extremely contemporary. The structure and the two legs, tapered and light, are made from solid ash with a moka or wenge finish. The padding is in constant-density polyurethane foam, covered with a sheet of foam coupled with black light velvet. The Brera bench is perfect in numerous different contexts, from the living room and the bedroom to public w

Concept

Poltrona Frau revisits one of the most interesting and versatile pieces in Guglielmo Ulrich’s extensive collection: the Brera bench, a project which expresses to perfection the talented architect and interior designer's decorative take on rationalism.

The simplicity of the design is fully consistent with the distinctiveness of the leather weave that upholsters the bench’s seating surface. The wide and 2-mm-thick Cuoio Saddle Extra leather straps create a motif that is both geometrical and material. The overall effect is linear, sophisticated and highly modern.

The materials and manufacturing fit perfectly with Poltrona Frau’s skills. The frame and the two tapered light legs are constructed from solid ash in a Moka or Wenge finish. The comfortable seat is padded with polyurethane foam. The Cuoio Saddle Extra leather upholstery is embellished with handcut engravings along the entire length of the straps.

The Brera bench is ideal in numerous contexts, from the living room to the bedroom, from waiting rooms to public spaces.