The Arenson Group launches its latest product, the Lucy chair, this month. Designed by Italian designer Duilio Forte for Italian furniture group AntiDiva, Lucy is built on an iron frame and features a stainless steel foot in a Scotch-brite finish. The seat works as an individual piece, or when seated beside its mirror image, as a sofa (pictured). The chair comes in a variety of colours and is priced from £1650.
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