Fiorenza was first released sixty years ago, even today its appeal is unrivalled
September 4th, 2012
Franco Albini originally designed the Fiorenza armchair in the Fifties and it utilised the most technologically advanced materials in upholstered furniture for the day.
Now, sixty years on, Fiorenza is considered a design classic and still deemed a very comfortable chair thanks to its considered engineering and ergonomic sitting posture.
Fiorenza is comparable to a traditional high-back armchair, but maintains a distinctly contemporary design.
Available in fabric or leather, the design was advanced for its time yet is entirely relevant today.
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