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Pecorelle Armchair

c. 1972

by Cini Boeri
for Arflex

Pecorelle Armchair

by Cini Boeri
for  Arflex

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The Pecorelle armchair, designed by Cini Boeri for Arflex, was inspired by Christo Vladimirov Java­sev’s and Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guille­bon’s works, both masters in the art of land­scape paint­ing. The armchair is a struc­ture in black lacquered metal. The fabric is combined with the poly­ester and cotton slip cover in order to create a quilted cover.

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Cini Boeri

Italy (1924)

A doyenne of Italian design, Cini Boeri is known for an array of lively products and projects. She graduated from Politecnico di Milano in 1951 and spent over a decade working with Marco Zanuso before forming her own architecture and industrial design studio in 1963. The curved-glass Ghost chair, designed in 1987 in collaboration with Tomu Katayanagi for FIAM Italia, is a global design icon. Another standout is the modular Strips collection that Boeri designed for Arflex in 1972. The sofa series, featuring a removable quilted cover, was awarded the illustrious Compasso D’Oro prize in 1979. Over her career, Boeri has produced pieces for a number of other leading brands including Artemide, Knoll, and Magis.

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