Arflex Italy

In 1947, after the second world war, a group of researchers and entrepreneurs began to work on two new upholstering materials. Between 1951 and 1954, Arflex produced various models of car seats designed by Carlo Barassi using foam rubber and elastic tape, which could replace standard production seats and offer more comfort, with removable covers and adjustable seatbacks. The most successful of the car seats were the "MilleMiglia" and the "Sedile Lettino", a seat that could be turned into a makeshift bed. Both were designed for the Fiat Topolino.

Arflex T-Line, rocking chair by Burkhard Vogtherr

Arflex T-Line rocking chair

Arflex Lady chair by Marco Zanuso

Arflex Lady easy chair by Marco Zanuso

The Arflex T-Line, rocking chair was designed by Burkhard Vogtherr in 1984. When designing the Arflex T-Line, Burkhard Vogtherr concentrated mainly on the versatility of the chair. The T-Line has a beautiful characteristic line and is very comfortable to sit on.

The Arflex Lady chair by Marco Zanuso was awarded the gold medal at the 1951 Milan Triennale and rapidly achieved the status of a modern design icon.