Poltrona Frau: Brooklyn, design by Jean-Marie Massaud
The beauty of skin and steel juxtaposed between them cannot be described with words. The sheer elegance of a chair and eclectic cross in usability is deal for the intimacy of the home and in public spaces.
Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud, the chair of Brooklyn Poltrona Frau is composed of structural elements in their linearity and purity take on aesthetic values. The steel supports with galvanic gunmetal combine great visual lightness to an effective and extremely solid view.
On the back of the chair frame the supporting the seat and backrest is deliberately visible. Stands out as the physical charm of the leather straps that make it up and follow each other in a refined and smooth sequence.
The straps are in the same color of the cushions to enhance the harmony of the whole, while being coupled on the inside in leather, with a special technical insert and increases its strength. At the center of the pillows stands out with two buttons discreetly elegant elongated metal with galvanic gunmetal, to retrieve the steel supports.
Another decorative element is the micro-perforated leather band that runs along the entire perimeter of the back cushions and seat. Upholstered in Pelle Frau Color System or Pelle Frau Soul is the padding in polyurethane foam in different densities and polyester wadding.