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01 product description
"A personality that stands out from the crowd. International elegance. Dynamic and wide-ranging lines. A modular sofa with an infinite number of combinations. The different elements allow the free creation of curving lines and open perspectives. The swivel armchair completes the range and opens up new design perspectives. The light and modern quilting of the back and cushions reveals Poltrona Frau’s age-old artisanal skills. The delicate ‘X’ motif, hand-sewn with grey thread on black or white leather upholstery, and with beige thread on all the other colour variations. The frame is in seasoned beech wood, with polyurethane foam and dacron for comfortable padding of the back, armrests and cushions. The feet are in steel with gunmetal finish. There are two versions available: Kennedee and Kennedee D. The latter has greater depth and also includes a pouf and small tables, both versions have a plywood frame and swivel wheels for ease of movement. The pouf is filled with polyurethane foam and Dacron like the rest of the system. The small tables are finished in a santos rosewood veneer."
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