In a fifties’ Pirelli advertisement the Fiorenza armchair, designed by Franco Albini in 1952, was used as an image of foam rubber’s potential, which fits like a glove and at that time was the most technologically advanced material used in upholstered furniture.

Prices starting from the mentioned price.

A matching footstol can be ordered separately. (starting from €1331,-)

lead time: approx. 12 weeks
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€ 2.591 for customers outside the EU

designer: Franco Albini
year: 1952

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

chair: 73 x 92 x 103cm
pouf: 55 x 51 x 39cm

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