The various modular elements allow for a wide range of arrangements, from L-shaped configurations characterised by the perfect geometry to linear interpretations that can evolve into sinuous profiles thanks to the original Alexander "Drop" curved elements, such as the chaise-longue or the rounded corner modules.
The modules can have high or low backs, or a combination of both, contributing to the versatility of the system. The pieces with higher backseats design alcove points, creating corners of intimacy, where to sit as in a nest of great comfort to read or watch TV. Instead, the elements with lower backs are designed not to obstruct the view of the surrounding space.
Alexander is characterised by the sartorial details of the seams on the corner of the sofa and on the high back/armrest and by the central seam placed on the back cushions.
The base is made of Bronze-coloured aluminium bars and keeps the elements raised from the ground, thus conveying a sense of lightness to the suspended volumes.
Composition J Includes :
Open-End Element with Armrest High cm 252 (DX) - With 2 back cushions cm 50x50, 1 back cushion cm 70x50
Ottoman cm 105x105
Element with 1 Armrest Low cm 247 (DX) - With 2 back cushions cm 50x50, 2 back cushions cm 70x50
Alexander Composition J
Rodolfo DordoniArchitect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni was born in Milan, where he graduated in Architecture in 1979. Responsible for the art direction of Artemide, Cappellini (1979-1989), Fontana Arte, Foscarini, Minotti, and Roda, he designs for various companies as well. Dordoni Architetti, founded in association with architects Alessandro Acerbi and Luca Zaniboni, develops projects for houses, residential complexes, industrial and commercial areas such as offices, storesand showrooms, restaurants, hotels, yachts, as well as exhibit stands of diverse commercial fields.
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