Structure and proportions usher in a new architecture of the sofa. White seems to be a composite of perfectly balanced shapes and sizes. The repetitive overlapping of horizontal lines forms a highly distinctive aesthetic pattern that is further emphasized by the use of several different materials. The base of the sofa can be upholstered in fabric, leather or saddle-hide upon which the seat backs, cushions and tray tops are placed to create a captivating interplay of shapes and alternating positive and negative spaces. The sofa is suspended above the ground by very slender feet in Pewter colored die-cast aluminum, an exclusive design by Minotti Studio, that are set at 45° angle to the sofa corners, lending added flair, even to larger-sized compositions. To make White even more welcoming, the padding in the cushions was enhanced with a deeper layer of goose down, making them luxuriously soft, creating a very pleasant contrast to the sleek formality of the sofa’s base. A unique advantage of the White seating system lies in the option of adding tray tops in place of the armrest or along the back, making it possible to create visually captivating and functional compositions.