Arflex news - Salone 2018

Arflex presented their stand as designed by the office Bernhardt&Vella, it was an “open space”, based on colors and natural materials, contrasts between bright and dark, light and shadow. Large luminous totems acted as a portal and invite visitors to enter in a space that joins the most recent collections, designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune, to a seating program composed by sofa, armchairs and small table designed by Neri&Hu, new projects by Luca Nichetto and Studio Asaï, together with a series of new combinations for some iconic models, that continue to confirm themselves as evergreen in Arflex history. The bookcase “Alba” created a sculptural element, that divided the space without closing it, letting the areas in the house
communicate each other.

New and Notable Pieces Include: 

Tokio design Claesson Koivisto Rune

Generous proportions and a friendly, soft, but still very architectural geometry defines the Tokio sofa collection. The collection can be grouped in an almost endless possibility of combinations: free-standing, in a large room as a seating island, but also grouped in more traditional sofa configurations... 

Infinity design by Claesson Koivisto Rune

The mathematical symbol of eternity is a figure that resembles a horizontal figure 8. The analogy is of course that if you follow the line it will take you eternity to arrive at its end...

arflex- Infinity design Claesson Koivisto Rune

Cradle design by Claesson Koivisto Rune 

On the occasion of this important exhibition, Arflex presents Cradle family, a system composed by an armchair, a sofa and a small table. Their characteristic is based on the structure: a classic triangular construction, that is repeated several times around the models, so that you can admire it from each point of view...

Tellin design by Luca Nichetto  

Tellin lounge chair has the elegant appearance of a welcoming open seashell. Two “valves” meet and merge by overlapping so to compose the seat and backrest, an encounter that marks the juxtaposition of the different colours of the cover...


Sigmund design by Studio Asaï 

Dedicated to Freud and reading as a revealer of our imaginary, Sigmund collection comes along with two pieces of furniture: a daybed and a bench...