The Seymour sofa by Minotti, design by Rodolfo Dordoni, is a seating system with distinctive, formal precision that is dedicated to the desire for curved lines in an elegant sequence of soft, welcoming volumes. In stark contrast to the strictly geometric shapes that distinguish the Yang sofa, the Seymour sofa exudes a gentle feminine comfort with sensual elegance and draws inspiration from a dynamic, twisted architectural language. The Seymour sofa consists of linear and curved seating elements with a one-piece seat cushion, which is offset with foam seat backrests, which form three-dimensional curves and allow to create both fixed sofas as well as linear or corner cut compositions. These, in turn, either correspond more precisely to a more classic or contemporary living space concept. The Seymour sofa rests on elegant, longitudinally positioned, bronze aluminum rods that provide the Seymour with an elegant lightness.