Crono armchair

Graceful proportions and a sophisticated design place the Crono armchair in a class of its own. The visually-light but solid wood structure, available in various shades, isplays the kind of workmanship that clearly expresses the company’s flair for embracing the heritage of Italian cabinetmaking tradition as its own. As unique as it is sophisticated, the seat back is entirely hand-woven in a design made from cowhide cord; the seat back is rendered even more comfortable with the addition of a soft, goose-down-filled cushion. The seat is made of polyurethane foam, covered in a laminated fabric and the upholstery – in fabric or leather – is removable.


Antonio Citterio

Designer (2014)

Antonio Citterio, born 1950 in Meda, Italy, studied architecture at the Milan Polytechnic. In 1972 he began work as a designer and consultant in the field of industrial design, before joining Terry Dwan as a partner at Studio Citterio/Dwan from 1987-96. He held...




Flexform is a family affair. Now in its third generation, Flexform was founded in the Brianza furniture manufacturing district in Northern Italy. The unique global phenomenon of Italian furniture design was born in the 1960s, right here.

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