Fratelli Boffi’s collections in gold

Fratelli Boffi ‘s products that are dressed in gold include armchairs and tables.

Fratelli Boffi is launching new products dressed in gold.

Lui 5 A is a wooden armchair with a Vienna straw seat, typical of the early 1900s. Designed by Pilippe Bestenheider, it is composed of pentagons and is made from mahogany.

The Prego! table, designed by Ferruccio Laviani, has a round beveled glass top. Supported onto palms of two hands—limbs in carved wood decorated by golden cuffs—the dining table has Pop influences. 

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The Plump seating family, designed Nigel Coates, has anthropomorphic and rounded shapes. Defined by very short legs compared to its seat, the family is composed of an armchair, a sofa and two poufs. It has beechwood or walnut structure.

Kalam is a three-drawer chest designed by the Fratelli Boffi Studio. It has a structure in MDF with a gold- or silver-leaf finish, and is also available in solid wood with sandblasted dark mahogany or sandblasted bleached finish.

Meanwhile, Remida—another three-drawer chest—was designed by Fratelli Boffi. It has drawers in coppered-gold finish or cognac-color polyester finish on structure and legs.




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