722 WOODLINECassina collection I Maestri
Armchair, designed by Marco Zanuso for Arflex, composed of three distinct elements: curved wood frame, supporting panel and cushions. The wooden frame is made of curved plywood with black stained ashwood or walnut stained walnut finishes. The supporting panel is composed of an internal steel panel upholstered in non-removable stiff leather available in a wide range of colours. Non-removable cushion covers in fabric or leather. The armchair is also available in an iconic edition featuring a walnut stained walnut wooden frame, supporting panel in beige-coloured stiff leather and cushions covered in natural leather ZZ (pelle naturale ZZ) 13Z361 tobacco.In 1964, in a more technologically advanced context, with Woodline, Zanuso developed the supporting frame, which in this version is in wood (there is also a metal-framed similar version).It is designed from a matrix based on the geometry of the circle, which gives the entire structure a classic formal precision.