The instinct for the continuity of shapes, and lines, and for consistency of language and style typical of Minotti’s modus operandi, is embodied in the Dylan modular seating system. A multifaceted and versatile lexicon in which the rigour of forms is combined with their ability to accommodate. Refined and articulated volumes come together to bring to life a system expressed in three variants capable of meeting different areas of taste and as many ways of experiencing the domestic and Hospitality spaces.
Dylan, in the version with a suspended base raised 13,5 cm from the ground by thin extruded aluminium blades in Bronze or Pewter colour, has a particularly airy and modern feel, matching a more contemporary style, at the same time shining a spotlight on its couturier details. A project that offers a perfect balance between design essentiality and density of details combining light aesthetics with high quality comfort.
The seat and backrest cushions, punctuated by soft, couture-inspired stitching, make this system a timeless classic, albeit with novel and contemporary flexibility and modularity.
The rigorous shapes of the Dylan modular seating system, however, go beyond the stitching of the cushions, turning into volumes in which the geometries become sinuous and enveloping, thanks to the soft curves of the backrest and armrest that create a fulfilling sense of cosiness.
The complex and sophisticated manufacturing construction also animates the suspended base of Dylan, which uses the same tailoring technique developed for the Connery modular seating system: the leather or fabric strips are sewn together by means of webbing and punctuated by stitching that gives rhythm to the seat cushioning and adds a further couture note to the design of the project.
Every detail of Dylan combines the tailoring of the upholstery with the multifaceted vision of a rational architecture that passes from the space to the furniture, balancing and perfectly integrating it with the contemporary way of interpreting and experiencing living spaces.