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The structure of the Ginger armchair is made from moulded thermoplastic composite polymer. The seat is padded with polyurethane foam. The upholstery is available in:
- Cuoio Saddle Extra leather for the external surface and Pelle Frau® leather for the internal surface.
- entirely upholstered in Pelle Frau® leather
- entirely upholstered in Kvadrat by Poltrona Frau fabric.
The base of the Ginger armchair is made from solid ash with hook support in black painted steel. It is available in the Fixed or Swivel versions with “return” mechanism which enables the armchair to rotate 360° and return to its starting position.
The base is finished in moka or wenge-stained ash. On request, it is possible to have special stains or RAL lacquer finishes based on a sample.
Designed by Roberto Lazzeroni in 2011 together with the Fred desk, the Ginger armchair has been a success since its debut and remains the most popular of all of the many chairs and armchairs in the Poltrona Frau catalogue. Its clean-cut and unfussy profile, sophisticated in its simplicity, evokes a welcoming and protective leather shell. The seat is extremely comfortable, the forms are both sinuous and highly graphical, guaranteeing harmonious continuity between the shell and the base. Designed as both the natural complement to the Fred desk and as a free-standing seat, the swivel version of Ginger is perfect for the study, while the fixed version is reliable favourite for the dining room.
Roberto Lazzeroni was born in Pisa. He studied art and architecture in Florence, taking an increasing personal interest in the phenomena of conceptual art and radical design during his years of training.He débuted professionally in the early 1980s with a series of important 'Interior Architecture' works that were immediately noticed and published by both Italian and international magazines. Roberto Lazzeroni has enjoyed an extremely dynamic professional journey that today sees him involved in various projects, and able to boast prestigious collaborations, art direction and interior and contract design in various parts of the world.
Awards include: Tecniques Discretes (Paris, 1991), Conran Foundation Museum, (London, 1992), Elegant Techniques, (Chicago, 1992), La Fabbrica Estetica, (Paris, 1993), Dall'Albergo alla Nave, (Genoa, 1993), Costruire il mobile, (Milan 1999).
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