POLTRONE FRANZ JOSEPH

ARREDO DI MONTAGNA ART DESIGNE VALENTINA BERNARDI
FRANZ JOSEPH 1911 MARRONE
FRANZ JOSEPH 1911 NERA
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FRANZ JOSEPH KIND

POLTRONA FRANZ JOSEPH

ISPIRATA ALL’IMPERATORE FRANCESCO GIUSEPPE I D’AUSTRIA, CHE SPESSO INDOSSAVA I TRADIZIONALI PANTALONI CORTI DI CUOIO CON BRETELLE DIFFUSI IN BAVIERA, AUSTRIA, SVIZZERA E TRENTINO ALTO ADIGE.
QUI TROVATE DUE PERSONALIZZAZIONI DIVERSE, UNA CON PANTALONI IN MARRONE E L’ALTRA CON PANATOLE NERA.

POLTRONA FRANZ JOSEPH

Cortina d’Ampezzo, in the Italian Dolomites, by architect Valentina Bernardi and artist Nicola Zardini.

Combining architecture, design, and art, this atelier produces one-of-a-kind pieces in which contemporary sensibility and local traditions coexist. Wood, textiles, and other materials inspired by the region’s folklore are reinterpreted to createtrue works of art for a refined home that favors the unconventional.

the enveloping silhouette of the barrel-style armchair, this limited release, one-off armchair will add a special accent to any private study or living room decor.

The wooden frame is padded with non-deformable foam and supported by removable wenge-finished conical feet.

A perfect combination of comfort and elegance, this unconventional design has a generous seat and curved backrest covered with gray fabric inspired by the hoodie of Cortina d’Ampezzo official hockey team, whose logo is featured on the inside of the backrest. The fabric cover is removable.