Dezeen Showroom: Italian brand Poltrona Frau has presented a selection of furniture on Dezeen Showroom, including a leather sofa with smile-shaped armrests and a bookcase with panels that users can slide to create geometric patterns.
Created by design duo GamFratesi, the overlapping elements are designed to provide comfort and support to the user.
The chair has slender metal legs, while the seat and backrest are available in leather or fabric upholstery.
The Happy Jack sofa features armrests that curve to create a smile-like silhouette and a slender, minimal base that gives the furniture a visual lightness.
Designed by Ludovica + Roberto Palomba for Poltrona Frau, the sofa is available in straight and corner configurations.
The panels move on horizontal tracks to obscure sections of the shelves' contents and create adjustable geometric patterns.
The Homey table has a die-cast aluminium base and slender tabletop available in wood or marble, designed by Danish-Italian studio GamFratesi.
The table is available from Poltrona Frau in four sizes and comes in both rectangular and square formats.
Poltrona Frau has released the Aurora Tre bed, which is based on a design by architect Tito Agnoli.
The bed has a curved shape and quilted headboard that is available in fabric or leather upholstery.
Poltrona Frau is a furniture brand founded by Renzo Frau in 1912 that specialises in leather upholstery.
The brand produces Italian-crafted furniture suited for homes and high-end public spaces.
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