Available for quick ship, Mamy Blue Armchair by Roberto Lazzeroni for Poltrona Frau could be described as an armchair for meditation. Designed for relaxing and reading, its curved, agile forms are enhanced by the clever use of the materials. Mamy Blue Armchair has a dynamic, sophisticated, and timeless design. The perfect element to create your own personal corner in a living room, bedroom, or study. Pair this armchair with its ideal companion—Mamy Blue Ottoman.
The backrest structure of this armchair is molded polyurethane foam. The spring system of the seat, in seasoned beechwood, consists of hand-tied steel biconical springs attached to jute belts. The quick ship version of Mamy Blue is upholstered in a combination of Pelle Frau® Nest leather on the interior and Saddle Extra leather on the exterior. The combination of various materials is enhanced by elegant visible contrast stitching. The soft optional headrest, padded with polyurethane foam and goose down, does not need to be fastened in place but simply placed on the backrest where it can be positioned as desired thanks to the counterbalance inserted internally. Mamy Blue Armchair – Quickship has a 4-leg solid ash base with Moka stain.
- Backrest shell in molded polyurethane foam
- Seat structure in seasoned beechwood
- Suspension consists of biconical hand-tied steel springs fastened to jute belts
- Seat cushion in molded polyurethane foam
- Four-leg base is made of solid ash available in two finishes with an anchor plate fixing it to the shell in black varnished steel
- Base finishes available in ash in a Moka stain (61)
- Non-removable upholstery in Pelle Frau® Nest leather and Saddle Extra
About Poltrona Frau
Known for its virtuosity with leather, Poltrona Frau represents a blend of expert craftsmanship, sustainability, and sartorial savoir-faire. Founder Lorenzo Frau founded the company in Turin in 1912 after seeing Chesterfield sofas in England and imagining their success in Italy. In less than two decades, Poltrona Frau was furnishing the most important interiors in Italy, including the residences of the Italian Royal Family.