01 product description
A soft leather shell, comfortable and protective. A refined and simple easy chair. Neat, essential, and comfortable. Roberto Lazzeroni designed the Ginger chair both as a natural accompaniment to the Fred desk, and as a separate seat.
The swivel version is perfect for a study area, while the fixed model is ideal for a dining table. There is a continual play of references between Ginger and Fred in the design, materials and workmanship. Ginger’s frame is in special rigid, high density, low thickness, moulded polyurethane. It is completely covered by a single layer of 5 mm thick Saddle Leather Extra, in two variants: Dark Brown or Camel. The inner surface of the frame is covered in Pelle Frau® Color System creating an attractive contrast between colour and material.
The skilful leatherwork can also be seen in the precious details such as the visible topstitching that runs along the outside edge, creating an elegant decorative effect.
The seat is stuffed with polyurethane foam. The base has four legs in wenge coloured solid ash wood with a triangular profile. The support for fixing the frame is in black painted steel and the swivel model allows for a 360° rotation.
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03 TagsInterview, Italian Design, Poltrona Frau Articles, Poltrona Frau Products, Roberto Lazzeroni Articles, Roberto Lazzeroni Products
04 Articles about Poltrona Frau and Roberto Lazzeroni
Views from behind: Nivola by Roberto Lazzeroni for Poltrona Frau
Small, superior groups of seats are back in vogue. As the experts at Poltrona Frau well know: With “Nivola” they’re launching a high-end ensemble that will take center stage.› To the article
9 Questions to Dario Rinero
In Italy, the highly traditional furniture sector is undergoing a phase of renewal. Robert Volhard talked to Dario Rinero, CEO of Poltrona Frau Group, about the current situation and the changes ahead.› To the article
All my sofas are islands
Piero Lissoni’s sofas have an almost legendary reputation. In the design process, he draws inspiration from the Italian lifestyle, and not boring functionalism. Sandra Hofmeister talked to the Italian designer about sofas and royalties, beauty and rituals.› To the article