• Giulietta chair, 1958, B.b.p.r, Arflex
  • Giulietta chair, 1958, B.b.p.r, Arflex
  • Giulietta chair, 1958, B.b.p.r, Arflex
  • Giulietta chair, 1958, B.b.p.r, Arflex
  • Giulietta chair, 1958, B.b.p.r, Arflex

Giulietta chair, 1958

Giulietta armchair by B.B.P.R for Arflex.

The elegant Giulietta armchair was designed in the late fifties by Italian architectural firm BBPR for Arflex. Giulietta combines great comfort with a sinuous outline. 

BBPR was started in 1932 by partners Gian Luigi Banfi, Ludovico Belgiojoso, Enrico Peressutti and Ernesto Rogers. The partnership’s activities included architecture, city planning and interior design and were part of the Italian Modernist movement in the 1930s.

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Giulietta armchair by B.B.P.R for Arflex.

The elegant Giulietta armchair was designed in the late fifties by Italian architectural firm BBPR for Arflex. Giulietta combines great comfort with a sinuous outline. 

BBPR was started in 1932 by partners Gian Luigi Banfi, Ludovico Belgiojoso, Enrico Peressutti and Ernesto Rogers. The partnership’s activities included architecture, city planning and interior design and were part of the Italian Modernist movement in the 1930s.

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90w x 90d x 43/100cmh

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The Giulietta armchair has a seat in shaped polyurethane with differentiated density/polyester slipcover.

Base in black lacquered metal and wood in the finishes wenge stained, oak, walnut or chocolate painted.

Upholstered in Aran, Blog, Brest, Bouclé, Divina MD, Lama, Steelcut 2, and Hero fabrics and leathers. Please see the pdf in 'Product downloads' to see the grades and colours available.

Material samples are available to view at our shop and showroom.

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Arflex began operations in 1947. Aldo Bai, Pio Reggiani, and Aldo Barassi - a group of technicians from Pirelli - teamed up with a young architect named Marco Zanuso and began to experiment with the use of foam rubber and elastic tapes for the furniture industry.

Arflex began operations in 1947. Aldo Bai, Pio Reggiani, and Aldo Barassi - a group of technicians from Pirelli - teamed up with a young architect named Marco Zanuso and began to experiment with the use of foam rubber and elastic tapes for the furniture industry.

Zanuso's experience with upholstery industrialisation, namely the application of new materials to new technologies, was a catalyst to Arflex's forward-looking vision. From Gold medal-winning domestic furniture such as the Sleep-o-matic sofas and Fourline armchairs, to commercial seating designs for the automotive industry, Arflex strove to establish itself at the forefront of furniture design.

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