Poliform

顯示 108 筆結果中的 91–105 筆

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  • Play

    By Poliform A real system of independent seats, design by CR&S Poliform, with or without back, which can be freely drawn up one to each other. Wooden structure, padded with foamed polyurethane. Removable covering.
  • Camilla

    By Poliform A new interpretation of the deep seating armchair, between formal references and essential design. Very thick cushions underline the idea of top comfort and of cosiness.
  • Gaston

    By Poliform Gentlemanly name, elegant features... Gaston, the latest Poliform armchair born of the collaboration with Vincent Van Duysen evokes an exclusiv style. Available with covering in leather or fabric to interprete a large range of stylistic definition.
  • BB

    By Poliform The BB is an armchair, design Riccardo Blumer e Matteo Borghi, with exoskeleton in hide. The BB is injected with light expended polyurethane whose task is to keep the shape of the chair. A design looking for the efficiency of the materials, sure that this address is basic for a new “aesthetic efficiency”.
  • Big Bug

    By Poliform Big Bug, the extralarge version of Bug armchair design by Paola Navone.A landscape of comfort in which the seat and arm create highly original geometries.
  • Wallace

    By Poliform A proposal characterized by innovative shapes. Wallace, design Jean-Marie Massaud explores new creative possibilities. Armchair with structure in moulded flexible polyurethane. Base in painted metal mat white, mat black and bronzed finish. Covering in not removable colors leather or aged-looking leather.
  • Mad Joker

    By Poliform  The Mad collection is completed by the addition of a new 'character': an armchair with a tall, enveloping backrest, which conveys a comfortable, reassuring sensation. A much smaller size than the usual ear typology, this chair wonderfully fits multiple spaces of various dimensions, while still being very comfortable, enveloping the user and providing privacy. Mad Joke foresees two structural solutions: one with wooden feet and the other with a spinning base in die-cast aluminium.
  • Marlon

    By Poliform  An original design and an exclusive combination of a seat with a plastic, ergonomic feel and a wooden structure that features a minimalist design. Marlon is the expression of a modern and sophisticated language. A project by Vincent Van Guysen for an armchair with a distinctive personality.
  • Stanford

    By Poliform  The natural elegance of Stanford stems from the lightness of its design: a thin, enveloping shell, like a dress on a slender frame of die-cast aluminium
  • Stanford Lounge

    By Poliform  The natural elegance of Stanford stems from the lightness of its design: a thin, enveloping shell, like a dress on a slender frame of die-cast aluminium.
  • Mad Queen

    By Poliform  A continuous body, an enveloping seat, and an image strongly characterised by a matelassè finishing: Mad Queen plays on exclusive artisan details to add to the collection that began with Mad Chair in 2013. A low armchair with soft, continuous lines and a reassuring image, defined by a ‘protective body’ and by robust diagonal wooden legs.
  • Mad King

    By Poliform  A slender image that takes on a brand new appearance, determined by its asymmetrical composition: Mad King is a tall armchair in which one of the arms can be replaced with a fine and useful wooden tray. The legs are available in wood or covered in fabric and leather, for complete uniformity with the seat.
  • Santa Monica

    By Poliform  A basic sofa, very enveloping and comfortable, which founds its singularity from the seasonal clothes proposed. Its life style is casual and chic; casual for its comfort and unformal character and chic for the refinement of proposed clothes recalling Poliform's refined universe. Santa Monica is a "mix and match" of clothes, cushions and accessories.
  • Shangai

    By Poliform  A stylistic research based on the most fundamental geometry for the Shangai armchair of Carlo Colombo. A primary solid perfectly worked out, with tenuous recalls to the classics of design. the aluminium base highlights the strong precision of the structure.
  • Ipanema

    By Poliform  The fascinating most famous beach in Rio de Janeiro is the extraordinary scenario for the new armchair designed by Jean-Marie Massaud. A wraparound and versatile upholstered piece of furniture which offers a new concept of comfort.