The chair was originally designed for the X Trienalle and is recognisable for the continuous curve of the arms into the back. That is paired with those splayed metal legs and ball feet, giving it a noticeable 50s feel. Its manufacturer, Arflex, also claim it is the first armchair with removable covers, giving it an extra praticality too.
Prices start at £2,206 and vary depending on your choice of upholstery.
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We rarely feature items off the Conran Shop site as their website isn't particularly 'blogger-friendly' – but they are one of the few retailers selling this Arflex Strips sofa set by Cini Boeri.
It's a design that really does scream its era, that era being the early 70s – 1972 if you want us to be precise. Cini Boeri worked with Arflex on a modular collection of sofas, ottomans and sofa-beds using polyurethane foam and that were able to fit to any space.
The sofa above is one of these designs, a large corner unit that offers both style and comfort, as well as a bold orange finish – perfect for a high-end 70s-style pad. As you might have guessed, this huge sofa isn't cheap, with an asking price of £9,485. That doesn't include the pouf either, which sells for a further £1,525.