The Judy Armchair By Frank Rettenbacher

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The recently launched Judy armchair is the latest successful collaboration between designer Frank Rettenbacher and renowned Italian furniture brand Zanotta. Based on the design of the June chair, the armchair features a reclining backrest made of exposed wood. It wraps around to create the armrests and accentuates the chair’s elegant appearance. The signature metal legs with steel wires reference mid-century designs and also connect the seating to the designer’s previous products. Featuring a clean aesthetic and a comfortable design that invites you to take a seat and unwind, Judy blends form and function perfectly.

And that’s not all. The armchair also allows a high level of customization. Customers can choose between textile or leather upholstery in various colors as well as between beech, oak or Canaletto walnut backrests, with or without finishes. The metal legs also come in either black or graphite. Versatile and modern, the Judy armchair blends into contemporary living spaces with elegance, its custom palette complementing virtually any color schemes. Photography by Beppe Brancato and Leo Torri. Photo credits: Frank Rettenbacher.

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