Prince Armchair (Available in Austin Only)

Prince Armchair (Available in Austin Only)

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. As a result of the detailed workmanship, in the finest Minotti tradition coupled with the meticulous attention to every construction detail, Prince strikes the perfect balance between a classy 50’s design and a strong modernity that confer a tailored look. The fabric and leather upholstery in the exclusive Minotti collection fits to perfection while being completely removable. Prince with its Brown colored Shearling upholstery is a warm and inviting interpretation that marries industrial design with craftsmanship. Curves and cushions are highlighted by the use of a precious material, sheepskin, sewn on the reverse as is normally done in the leather trade. Frame: metal with elastic straps with a high rubber content, let into fireproof polyurethane foam with additional insert in different densities in thermo-sensitive material for the backrest. The front section of the frame is lined with comfort-enhancing channeled goose down and makes the back and arm an inviting support. Cushions: the seat cushion is in goose down with a high density polyurethane insert. Cover: fabric covers which can be taken off by loosening the screws under the base. Fixed leather cover. Base: die-cast aluminum mold (exclusive design by Minotti Studio). The base finishes are: - extra-glossy anti-touch in Sand or Pewter; - semi-glossy anti-touch in Black; - brushed with bright finish and then coated with a transparent finish. Protective Hytrel® (soft scratchproof rubber) glide. PRINCE “SHEARLING” Shearling (sheep skin) cover sewn together. Available in Brown only. Unremovable cover.

 

Minotti | Rodolfo Dordoni | 2012