Armchair Fiorenza by Franco Albini for Arflex
Sublime Fiorenza armchair, created by the Italian architect and designer Franco Albini, in 1952, for the legendary Milanese furniture company: Arflex. Made of lacquered beech wood and high quality fabric; the piece they contemplate is produced in the 90s, when the company was bought by the Seven Salotti label, which decided to re-launch several historic designs, including the comfortable Fiorenza. Here is a warm and charming armchair, which exemplifies both comfort and transalpine good taste: high backrest and ear, fully padded and sloping body (like the armrests, with a slight drop inwards) upholstery with a pleasant touch and foam that It offers superior comfort, thanks to its flexibility, adjusting like a glove to delight those who sit there.
Presents a very good condition, solid and stable structure; It preserves the original upholstery, which shows insignificant wear, according to age and use.
And remember: cozy, pleasant, comfortable, pleasant, pleasant, comfortable ... I run out of adjectives ;)
L: 70 cm H: 102 cm P: 85 cm