The “Lady” Armchair designed by Marco Zanuso is one of Italian Design symbols from the 1950’s. The realization of “Lady” by manufacturer company Arflex represents an evolution of Italian design and its production methods, announcing “the arrival of modernity”. The armchair is made of separately lined foam and nastrocord fitted on a structure made of printed metal sheets (or, in the previous versions, of wood). “Lady” was awarded a gold medal at the IX Triennale of Milano in 1951. Its shape was the clear and precise expressive representation of the renewal of the principles of traditional interior design and met immediate and enthusiastic success among the critics and the general public.