Andersen Paolina and Daybed

Andersen Paolina and Daybed

Andersen Paolina and Daybed - Rodolfo Dordoni design

Also part of the Andersen collection are the Andersen Paolina chaise-longue with armrest and the Andersen Daybed, chaise-longue without armrest. Both feature a raised frame with the typical pressure-cast aluminum feet in Pewter-colored finish, and single seat cushion with lightly quilted motif. Andersen Paolina vailable in both 142 cm and 170 cm lengths. Its clean lines lend sophisticated styling to both living and sleeping areas.

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Technical Details

Structure

One-piece sandwich wood frame

Cushions

Thick seat cushion padding in goose down divided into sections, for increased cushion softness. Resilient polyurethane foam insert, covered – in the upper part – with “thermosensitive” polyurethane material. The seat cushion and cover are made with a light, modern quilt (except for Paolina Seat H42 cod. C). Backrest cushions fully padded with goose down divided into sections.

Structure preparation

Let into highdensity polyurethane foam in different densities.

Armrests

Internal side covered with quilted goose down divided into sections, which results in enhanced softness, thereby making the armrests look like cushions.

Base

Fitted with metal frame, rectangular section, 30×15 mm; Pewter-colored finish (shade devised by Minotti Studio). Feet (designed by Minotti Studio), diecast metal pressed, Pewter-colored; ultra-glossy, anti-touch finish. These feet can withstand saline mist (sea salt) for approximately 300 hours and are resistant to scratches, chemical substances, shocks (due to their plasticity) and UV rays. Protective glides made of Hytrel® (soft, scratch-proof rubber).

Covers

Fully removable in the fabric version by taking the external supporting base apart, loosening the knobs. Leather cover of the structure nonremovable; removable backrest and seat cushion covers.

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