Technology is here, as is the school of Italian master upholsterers. In other words: design and comfort.
August 8th, 2011
This is Jensen, designed to set the standard – one hundred percent armchair. Rigid, the external structure lendsstability to the shape; while the goose down cushioning invites surrender.
Around the edges of the structure, a caneté highlights the design, along with a zipper, visible on the front part of the seat, and serves two purposes – decorative and practical. But, it’s the base that expresses the impeccable originality and uniqueness of Jensen.
The triangular section of die-cast aluminium offers wave after wave of harmonious curves, modulating degrees of thickness and roundness. An interplay of the most sophisticated Minotti technology made possible through research, design and engineering. At the service of evocative beauty.
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