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Regina, Borzalino’s armchair celebrates wood



Inspired by the Scandinavian armchairs of the 50s/60s, with their essential lines and the relevance of their natural materials, Regina is the new armchair designed by Andrea Andretta for Borzalino.

The core of Regina is the strong and elegant structure made of solid wood: it is proposed made of lacquered durmast or of canaletto walnut and is fully hand carved. The upholstery of seat and back are made of polyurethane foam and, as it usually the case for products by Borzalino, it is possible to cover them with a wide choice of top-quality fabrics and leathers.

The available fabric upholsteries are the ones of the Borzalino collection while in the catalogue there are nine leathers: Tuscania, Ghost, Nabuk, Rustico, Sequoia, Prescott, Seta and Epic. There are also several finishings: from aniline for unprotected leathers, to pigments for protected leathers, until the finishings with vegetal oil for the armchairs made of vegetable tanned leathers.

The result is a celebration of Scandinavian style and Italian craftmanship.