Poltrona Frau draws inspiration from the iconic Tabarin when designing the Oliver armchair which, with its welcoming design and the streamlined contours of the backrest and armrest, has an American feel and reflects a passion for the transatlantic atmospheres of the 1930s.
The Oliver chair is fitted with an electric mechanism that allows you to recline the backrest and lift the footrest using the control pad on the inside of the armrest. The backrest can be reclined to a maximum of 140° while the footrest can be raised to a maximum of 90°.
Specifications: The soft, rounded lines of the chair conceal an extremely solid structure. The birch plywood seat has fire-resistant polyurethane foam padding to provide ideal ergonomic support, while comfort is guaranteed by woven elastic belts. The backrest is in solid beech wood with multi-ply infill with fire-resistant polyurethane padding on an elastic sheet. The wooden base can be veneered or painted. Oliver doesn’t need to be anchored to the floor. The honeycomb sides are made from poplar plywood as is the structure of the footrest. The felled seam uses contrast or tone-on-tone stitching. Oliver is upholstered in Pelle Frau® leather, in all colours of the collection, in fabric or velvet.
The Oliver home-theatre seat adapts easily to different public and private settings: cinemas, projection rooms or clubs. It can be assembled in different configurations to make best use of the space available and ensure viewers a top-level audiovisual experience.