• Delfino pouf, 1954, Erberto carboni, Arflex
  • Delfino pouf, 1954, Erberto carboni, Arflex
  • Delfino pouf, 1954, Erberto carboni, Arflex
  • Delfino pouf, 1954, Erberto carboni, Arflex
  • Delfino pouf, 1954, Erberto carboni, Arflex

Delfino pouf, 1954

Delfino pouf by Erberto Carboni for Arflex.

First designed by Erberto Carboni in 1954, the Delfino armchair was, as its name suggests, inspired by the streamlined form of the dolphin. Its curvaceous form and fin-like arms clearly evoke those of its namesake, while capturing something of this creature's playful personality and characterful presence.

The Delfino pouf shares the curves and character of the Delfino armchair.

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Delfino pouf by Erberto Carboni for Arflex.

First designed by Erberto Carboni in 1954, the Delfino armchair was, as its name suggests, inspired by the streamlined form of the dolphin. Its curvaceous form and fin-like arms clearly evoke those of its namesake, while capturing something of this creature's playful personality and characterful presence.

The Delfino pouf shares the curves and character of the Delfino armchair.

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64w x 55d x 44cmh

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A range of upholstery options are available, detailed on the downloadable Arflex upholstery specification sheet and available to view at our shop and showroom. Covers are non-removable.

Available with black or gold feet. There is an additional charge for the gold option.

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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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