Frag, a hospitality-friendly world

Paola Tisi

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  • Sartory Restaurant of the Steigenberger Drei Mohren hotel with Frag armchairs
  • Sartory Restaurant of the Steigenberger Drei Mohren hotel
  • Hönggerhof restaurant of Zurigo
  • Hönggerhof restaurant of Zurigo
  • Hönggerhof restaurant of Zurigo

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2 NOV 2017
What do the Zurich-based Hönggerhof, an Italian restaurante, and the Sartory Restaurant at hotel Steigenberger, Augusta, have in common? Bella, the sophisticated Frag armchair is available in an array of models and finishings, enabling the elegant customisation of international hospitality interiors

Bella, the Frag armchair conceived by G. and R. Fauciglietti, has recently been selected by two illustrious German and Swiss fine-dining locations, once more confirming the Italian company's ability to satisfy international hospitality interior design requirements.

Bella features among the furnishings of the Zurich-based Italian restaurant Hönggerhof, a venue inspired by Made in Italy not only for its dishes but also for its interior design. The project is by Atelier Estimo, which opted for the version with wooden legs. 

The extensive variety of available models and finishings make Bella highly versatile and ideal for the contract world. Bella is available in versions with or without arm rests, a lounge version, with leather, painted metal or wooden legs. Its slender and decisive figure is also perfect for domestic interiors.

From Switzerland to Germany, where Frag has been selected to feature at the elegant Sartory Restaurant at hotel Steigenberger Drei Mohren in Augusta, as part of its recently renewed image. The Bella seat in leather exudes classical style and refinement. The fully upholstered version with arm rests suits the restaurant's main hall to perfection. 

The skilful workmanship behind the crafting of Frag materials coupled with the neutral tones and natural shades selected for the Sartory Restaurant armchairs, create an intimate and original ambience which enhances the location's prestige.

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