With the Volare Due bed, Roberto Lazzeroni revisits the previous Volare, playing with the contrast between tension and suspension that accentuates the various volumes of the bed and its combinations of leather, wood, saddle leather and fabric.
The precise design gives rise to a sizeable structure, luxurious in terms of its processing and natural materials, yet discrete and measured at the same time. The Volare Due bed becomes an oasis of comfort and relaxation, perfect for a position in the middle of the room but equally at home against the wall. A warm and welcoming object in terms of its colours and textural combinations.
The Volare Due bed has a triangular profile in solid ash wood with moka finish. The bed frame is in tulipwood and entirely upholstered in Cuoio Saddle Extra or Pelle Frau® leather, just like the headboard, which is made of solid beech with internal crossbars in birch plywood and infill with hardboard panels. The headboard is attached to the structure using metal spacers with gunmetal grey finish and held in place using plates with the same finish. The central crossbar and leg, corner plates and cable brackets are made from black painted steel sheet metal.
Two soft and sumptuous pillows, padded with polyester wadding and cotton canvas, are attached to the headboard via two leather belts. On the front of the headboard the belts pass through a metal eyelet with gunmetal grey finish and are fixed to the back by buttons also with a gunmetal grey finish and the Poltrona Frau logo. The cushions are upholstered in Pelle Frau® leather or fabric refined with leather border piping.