Armchairs interpreted in a contemporary way

Reintroduced at Salone del Mobile.Milano, the Bloom, Madison, Miller and Vine armchairs were appreciated as much as Turri’s latest designs. With updates to finishes, fabrics and colours, these products returned to the show expressing their distinctive styles in fresh, new ways.

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BLOOM – The Bloom armchair, with upholstery in green coarse-weave chenille fabric and dove-grey leather details, has a curvy shape that maximises comfort for each moment of relaxation. It is available with a leather headrest or a side buckle. It is available with a leather headrest or a side buckle.

MADISON – Designer Andrea Bonini’s Madison armchair, created as the final piece of the Madison collection, was modelled after the recongisable shape of a film director’s chair. The new bouclé covering, combined with a dark grey glossy lacquered wood structure, is a bold design update that revives the iconic seat’s spirit without betraying its original essence.

MILLER – The Miller armchair, presented over the years in various colour combinations, now symbolises refined, cosmopolitan luxury with the choice of ochre velvet upholstery and a dark grey, glossy lacquered wood finish. The seat is characterised by a wooden back and conical feet, which communicate, in a contemporary way, the concept of comfort as a key to well-being.

VINE – Inspired by the movement of vines, architect Frank Jiang’s Vine armchair establishes character through its woodwork and original armrests, which reference mid-century modern design. Vibrant green velvet and a black finished walnut wood structure enhance the natural geometries of the Vine armchair.