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A.B.C. | Antonio Citterio | 1996


Conspicuous use of black leather and its tubular metal structure clearly tie the concept for the A.B.C. armchair to the design language of the Modern Movement. Yet, the low seat, that allows the upholstered pieces to fit perfectly within the tubular metal structure, is utterly contemporary. The metal structure is available in an array of finishings. The A.B.C. armchair can be paired with its namesake ottoman-footstool and is equipped with a state-of-the-art mechanism for reclining the seat back. The completely removable upholstery can be crafted in all the fabrics and leathers from the exclusive Flexform collection. A version of the A.B.C. armchair with armrests upholstered in cowhide is also available.

Structure in metal with satin, chrome, black chrome, burnished, glossy anthracite finish. Rests on pads made of thermoplastic material. 

Seat in plywood and metal with polyurethane foam padding, covered with a protective laminated fabric 

Backrest in plywood and metal with molded polyurethane padding, covered with a protective laminated fabric. Patented recliner mechanism.

Upholstery is removable in both the fabric and leather versions. 

Armchair code. 11B11 with metal armrests upholstered in cowhide in colors: black, tobacco, natural, dark brown, grey, olive and russian red

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