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Portfolio Chiavi in Mano

Poltrona Frau - Paris

At number 242 bis of Boulevard Saint-Germain, it was the first of the stores made for foreign Poltrona Frau. Are followed Singapore, Oslo, and Knokke, Belgium.

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Poltrona Frau - Rome

The Roman store, in via Tomacelli, near via del Corso, clearly mirrors the project in Milan: here the walls panelled with leather in the stairwell going to the basement are very striking and original.

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Poltrona Frau Store- Milan

The store in via Moscova launches the new image of Poltrona Frau stores and our collaboration with this company. The author of the new concept is the French architect and designer Jean Marie Massaud, versatile and eccentric mind, among the most renowned names in the international contemporary outline. The elements featuring the project are various:

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Poltrona Frau - Oslo - Norway

This is a space within a large furniture store of the most representative Italian brands. However, it has an independent entrance and is separated from the rest of the shop by an inlayed iron portal, which features the image of the company. In this particular case the sunshades are semicircular, the one example till now.

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Poltrona Frau - Knokke Heist - Belgium

This is a small store but it contains nearly all the main lay-out elements of the Poltrona Frau stores. It's located on the sea front of Knokke, seaside resort on the Belgian coast of the North Sea and one of the most important showplaces, expecially for the middle and wealthy class. Because of the proximity to the sea, in this case the frames were made of painted aluminum and not in iron as usual, in order to ensure a better resistance to salt.

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Poltrona Frau - Singapore

This is an atypical example of turnkey: we have made the portals, the mossy panel and the big images on canvas, the leather panels for the wardrobes and boiserie, but we have mounted only the frames.

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Poltrona Frau - Mestre

Another example of the interpretation of an area according to the guidelines of the project Massaud.

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