The Denny armchair clearly has traditional roots; its sinuous lines and measured proportions are revisited in a contemporary key and are perfectly balanced between design and classicism. The reference to tradition is particularly evident in the construction technique reminiscent of the school of fine furnishings, making it possible to create an especially elastic structure thanks to the presence of springs in the seat.
The tailored finishes fully express the values of seasoned, handcrafted virtuosity, which underpins the construction of this armchair with timeless attraction. If the lines of Denny evoke all the fascination of retro style, the feet are an ode to modern technology. A sophisticated design, studied proportions, and the shape of the bracket-like decorative element all work together to make the Denny foot, in Pewter colored die-cast aluminum, an elegant and sophisticated detail that adds value to the product. Fine craftsmanship and attention to every construction detail are distinctive traits of the Denny armchair that are effectively highlighted by upholstery in distinctive shades that lend it star status in living spaces or sleeping areas.
Thanks to their smaller footprint, the Denny armchairs can also be used to elegantly furnish public spaces like lounges or waiting rooms. The Denny series also includes several ottomans in round and oval shapes, drawn from the same creative spring and careful study of proportions. The dividing line between the padded base and the seat cushion above it is highlighted by stitching that shows off the fine tailoring expertise the company has achieved. A version on castors is also available.
Frame: multi-ply wood, seat suspension is provided by elastic straps with a high rubber content. Variable-density resilient polyurethane foam padding.
Frame preparation: high density polyurethane foam core with goose down surround for the seat cushion.
Covers: completely removable fabric and leather covers.
Base: molded metal die-cast feet (exclusive design by Minotti Studio) with extra-glossy, anti-touch Pewter-colored finish. Protective Hytrel glide (soft scratchproof rubber).
WHEELS VERSION: nylon, Ø 50 mm, available only for the Ø 100 cm and Ø 135 cm versions.
Born in Milan in 1954, Rodolfo Dordoni graduated in architecture in 1979. From 1979 until 1989 he was responsible for the art direction and company image co-ordination of Cappellini International. Rodolfo Dordoni has a vast repertoire in product design typologies, encompassing domestic / contract lamps and furniture, storage systems, kitchens, bathroom accessories, objects, carpets and electrica... More