Archibald Leather Armchair by Jean-Marie Massaud



Archibald is a leather armchair with a very distinguished look. The first think I noticed after looking at it was that the names suites it very well. I don’t know which one was first, the name or the actual piece, but it’s a very good combination. It’s a strong-looking piece of furniture. If I were to imagine this chair as a person it would be strong man with nice muscles and with a kind look on his face.

Archibald is a robust armchair and it features a steel frame that provides durability and stability. It’s covered with polyurethane foam padding, moulded, expanded and shaped with polyester wadding in the zones where more comfort is needed. It also features four relatively small feel made of cast aluminum and tubular steel with a gunmetal grey finishing. The armchair is covered with soft leather for comfort and looks.

Leather furniture is always elegant and a sign of welfare. In this case, it’s also the perfect material for this particular armchair. Archibald also comes with a matching ottoman where you can rest your feet and that can also be used as an extra seat. Both pieces are very versatile and could make a very nice addition to almost any kind of home. It would look great is a more traditional home but it could also make a nice detail in a more modern home.Available on poltronafrau.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on August 3rd, 2011

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