Beatles-inspired piece: Get Back sofa from Poltrona Frau

The Get Back sofa is a Beatles-inspired piece from Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, who teamed up with Poltrona Frau. Get Back takes its name from the song “Get Back.”

The backrest structure is made of solid beech and poplar, birch plywood and infill produced from hardboard panels. The frame of the basic structure is made of die-cast aluminum and solid tulip wood for the covered parts. Elements in molded polyurethane foam are inserted in the ends of the backrests and the corners of the frame. The base and backrest are padded with polyurethane foam, while the armrests are padded with polyurethane and polyester padding. The seat spring system consists of interwoven elastic belts. The seat cushion comes with down padding and stabilizing insert in polyurethane foam, while the backrest cushion is with down padding in separate chambers. The seat also has cast aluminum feet with Ruthenium finish and black nylon caps.

Get Back can be upholstered completely in Pelle Frau leather or in a combination of Pelle Frau leather with fabric seat and backrest cushions.

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