The Milanese architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni has realised this 50s-inspired, upholstered armchair for the Italian furniture manufacturer Minotti. Supported by a die-cast aluminum base, the generously-sized, voluminous design features a curvilinear, padded shell and comes with an optional footstool.
more about the design:
‘Prince is the finest expression of Minotti’s high level know-how. The construction complexity of the base creates an intriguing juxtaposition with the harmonious shape of the seat, a fine line softened by the down padding and highlighted by the Arco 17 Senape color upholstery, a chromatic interpretation with a strong personality that makes a considerable impact in interior design.
‘Prince offers a variety of finishings with different underlying stylistic interpretations. Added to the brushed glossy aluminum, are the versions in semi-glossy Black, extra-glossy Sand and Pewter which play down the sleekness of the aluminum and make Prince a very versatile armchair that blends in with any setting, in keeping with all the sofas in the collection.’