Three-dimensional sleep

The most innovative slatted base in the Dorsal range, it revolutionizes interaction with the base due to the three-dimensional movement of the MultiPoint system.
It now has a new corner, evolution of the well-known dovetail joint, entirely in beech wood and patented by Dorsal.

Xpoint models ›


The slatted bed-base series
focused on humans

Dorsal® has designed Human, the first range of slatted bed-bases that adapt perfectly to different builds. The models in this line respond to several needs regarding weight, build and age.

Human models ›


Ventilated, anatomical
and highly adjustable

Butterfly uses the latest generation technology entirely made up of multi-directional elements that develop a stable, shock absorbing base, ideal for any type of mattress.

Butterfly models ›

Wooden slatted bases.

The Dorsal range of wooden slatted bases is developed on the basis of two concepts: naturalness and warm materials.
All the bases have a frame entirely in laminated beech plywood from sustainably managed sources. The plywood is curved by a heat process using non-polluting resins absolutely chlorine free.

Our exclusive Dynaflex® slat is tested by the prestigious German institute W.KLAUDITZ- INSTITÜT FRAUENHOFER to guarantee the right degree of humidity, stability, resistance and flexibility.

Dorsal wooden anatomical supports are medical devices and come with side boards to keep the mattress in place, a slow motion system for the head and foot boards, self-locking feet, and wire ties to free the underside of the base of electrical wiring. In addition, electromagnetic fields are reduced due to the limited use of screws in favour of rounded corners and dovetail joints.

Dorsal's products for rest® are designed, made and tested
in collaboration with the Italian Physiotherapists Association

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