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In a fifties’ Pirelli advertisement the Fiorenza armchair, designed by Franco Albini in 1952, was used as an image of foam rubber’s potential, which fits like a glove and at that time was the most technologically advanced material used in upholstered furniture.
Le Corbusier's mini adjustable version of the Projecteur 365 was designed in the 1950's. The painted aluminium body features a clamp allowing it to work just about anywhere.
Originally created in 1955 as a small cocktail tray, the Tricorne tray was redesigned by Robin Day in 2006 and scaled up suit a more diverse range of uses.
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