This is cutting edge modernism, 1960s style. As the name suggests, it was the work of A. G. Fronzoni back in 1964, producing a bed made entirely of square metal tubing, with slats of solid covered tulipier (apparently a type of magnolia wood).
The end result was Fronzoni’s attempt to ‘remove every redundant effect’ and ‘every useless flowering’ from the bed. It certainly works on that front. A design statement that’s available in an anthracite or matt white lacquer finish, it sells for £2,664.
Oh yes, make sure there is plenty of room to get it into the house too, as the designer’s fixed welded frame does not disassemble.