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Minimalism and elegance in the new home collection by Frigerio

Neutral colors, harmonious shapes and a clear design. These key features are the common thread to Frigerio's new products, a brand founded in 1938 in Mariano Comense, right in the heart of Brianza. The living room becomes the convivial center of any home with the new Horizon and Arnè sofas, the Huli armchair and the soft Santamonica poufs, resulting from the collaboration with new designers such as Christophe Pillet and Federica Biasi. All furniture pieces brighten up with new textures and material combinations, reflecting the company's aim to blend seamlessly tradition and innovation, with an ever more eclectic and contemporary focus.

      Frigerio Horizon

      The new modular and versatile Horizon sofa, designed by Christophe Pillet for Frigerio, is a reflection of contemporary living. It becomes the cozy core of the living room, where to share moments with friends and appreciate the beauty of its design, the aesthetic value of an object both to admire as well as to use. From linear to corner solutions, Horizon is available with two seat depths that meet different lifestyles, along with a range of customizable accessories and details that can make the sofa functional and comfortable.

      Frigerio Horizon
      Frigerio Axel
      Axel
      Frigerio Axel
      Frigerio Huli
      Frigerio Huli

      Conceived by Federica Biasi, the Huli lounge chair incorporates the typical elements of Nordic design while emphasizing the material and chromatic contrast pursued by Frigerio. The lightweight structure, proposed in two solid wood versions, features a delicate intersection of textures and lines: the front and back legs extend onto the inclined backrest and seat, emphasizing geometry and proportions. A distinctive braid rope lends a natural look to the design.

      Frigerio Analog
      Frigerio Analog
      Analog
      Frigerio Santamonica

      The Santamonica collection of coffee tables becomes a pouf thanks to the addition of a soft upholstery in fabric or leather. The softness of the seat contrasts with the rigidity of the metal frame, resulting in a modern elegance that blends easily with any kind of furniture. Frigerio's extreme attention to detail provides a profile in the same color and fabric as the upholstery.

      Frigerio Santamonica
      Frigerio Amanda
      Frigerio Amanda

      The Amanda armchair, designed by architect Umberto Asnago, expresses the brand's stylistic versatility and tailoring at its best, thanks to the option of combining different fabrics or leather. Its enveloping shape, emphasized by the presence of a "suspended" armrest, gives additional comfort to the piece and highlights the stitching at mid-height on the backrest, which also looks splendid in matching tones version.

      Frigerio Mies

      The Mies coffee tables are a synthesis of minimalism, featuring an interplay of colors and materials. Three different textures, in back-lacquered glass and mirror in the same shade as the frame, form the top and complement the asymmetrical legs in lacquered metal, which are arranged in different ways depending on the size of the coffee table. The iridescent colors change depending on the angle of view, lending a distinctive personality to the piece.

      Frigerio Mies