The P32 armchair was designed by Osvaldo Borsani in 1956. Unlike other models that appeared in the same period, it boasted an innovative combination of seat movements.
The P32 armchair is not only able to swivel and return automatically to its original position, but also incorporates a backrest pivot mechanism.
The armchair’s characteristic swiveling action made it ideal for rest and conversation in the office or the home, and for reception areas in general. The design is equally valid today. The structure is in steel tube with reinforcement ties. The arms are integrated in the shape of the backrest.
The flexible polyurethane foam padding can be upholstered in fabric or leather. The base comes with a paint finish in matt dark grey or satin nickel.