Futuristic Transparent Furniture by Poltrona Frau

Future means evolution, change and new perspective. A futuristic item will always surprise you with something new that will change your perspective of viewing things. It may bring a new extravagant image, an innovative material or a new technique.

Most of theses futuristic items usually have an image which seems to resemble a space ship or of something related to the outer space. Their design is usually dynamic and the materials used for their production tend to be sparkling, transparent and closer to a silver nuance. For example, many of them are made of stone, glass, steel or plastic.

Poltrona Frau participated to an exhibition where they exposed sofas and armchairs with a futuristic design.These products were with covers, made from transparent PVC materials and fillers. Their transparency and silver nuance make you imagine the interiors of those fantastic space ships that appear in SF movies and their crew that has silver costumes or the astronauts who travel out of space and whose expeditions make us be closer to the unknown space.

These pieces of furniture are perfect for futuristic interior designs and their transparent design makes them attractive to those who are curious and fascinated by the interior structure of these pieces.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on June 9th, 2011


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