The core of Rodolfo Dordoni's innovative modular seating system, the Goodman design, is a detail that transforms into volume. The graphic style of the 1970s, with its capacity to stratify and cross markings, and its ability to condense complexity into a few distinguishing aspects, served as the inspiration for this design, which is obviously influenced by that era. As a result, the matelassé stitching mark that is distinctive of Minotti's tailoring techniques in the Goodman chair casts shadows and light over the seat, giving the impression of quilted cross-padding. The system is suspended from the floor on elegant powder-coated metal feet that are set back from the edge and a perimeter frame that matches the same finishes. In the Goodman system, the visual effect of suspension increases the softness of the seat, providing a comfortable seating experience.