DS is turning humble straw into a luxury decorative art. The rye grass is harvested in Burgundy, then dried and colored before being split, stem by stem, by a Parisian craftsman, Lison de Caunes Atelier, according to 17th century techniques. It is then glued in position where its natural silica varnish gives it a silky touch and also makes it heat resistant and waterproof. straw, a common and economical material, becomes a symbol of quality.
Luxury craftsmanship also embraces plump seats covered in more satin cotton, doors that feature plaited microfibers with multiple transparent strands that bring light into the cockpit, and illuminated three-dimensional weaving. The surface is extremely smooth due to a very fine weave which it incomparable strength and softness. The unique plaiting, is the sign of an incredible craftsman, combines art and technology.