Marco Zanuso for Arflex 'Fourline' Chair in Leather
Marco Zanuso for Arflex, black leather and steel, Italy, 1964.
This lounge chair by Zanuso remains among the best examples of armchairs designed by the architect. It is not only the ingenious slender design that distinguishes it, but also the experimental elements and technical methods that went into these chairs. Zanuso does not abandon his path as an experimenter with this object, on the contrary. Yet it is also aimed at the new rich who want to indulge in a certain laziness, may that be with a technical touch. The design one a golden medal at the XIII Milan Triennal. The combination of the dark leather and chrome is a classic, fitting combination.