Furnishing the home with style
Design, innovation and craftsmanship: the furniture made in Italy by Minotti. From sofas to armchairs, beds and tables
White, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for minotti, is a lightweight, dynamic sofa characterised by the horizontal direction of its contours, which run along the piece and become its distinguishing feature. The effect is enhanced by the use of different materials, which transform the various levels into graphic layers
Aylon containers are produced in a way designed to enhance the poetic texture of the wood, bringing back the grand tradition of cabinet-making, this time in a contemporary key. Their rigid shapes are combined with a taste for sophisticated details, such as the particular production method used to create the doors, which feature panels of solid oak shaped and varnished, resulting in an open pore effect, Moka-coloured finish, surrounded by an elegant frame in matt finish Pewter-coloured metal. The Aylon series also includes two horizontal sideboards, a vertical sideboard and a storage container for the living area featuring an interesting play of volumes with a cantilever side container
in the Van dick table designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for Minotti, the expressive power of sculpture joins forces with the elegance of the board room table. instantly notable thanks to its dynamic base, created with metal tubes welded together, it is available in bright chrome-plated, Black Nickel or butter, black and pewter. the top is available in various forms and can sport a variety of finishes, including smoked grey tempered glass, calacatta marble, wood and open-pore lacquer
A bed characterised by an enveloping headboard, enhanced with production details that reveal an aesthetic style rich in fine tailoring content, endowing classic shapes with a contemporary identity. The bed is composed of a 17 cm h. Base with pocket springs designed, along with the “Comfort h. 25” mattress, to favour an excellent night’s sleep. The fine tailoring skills used to create it can easily be seen, both in the 45 degree angled connectors of the foot rest, and in the seams that distinguish the base and headboard of the bed. The bed stands on refined varnished metal sheets with a shiny, polished pewter finish.
The Winston armchair is a clear example of Minotti’s skill in designing products based on the most advanced technology while still treasuring the experience gained in the field of traditional upholstering. The designs of the seat and the backrest effortlessly combine aesthetics and ergonomics: the outer shell in heatmoulded structural polyurethane is associated with an inner shell also in moulded structural polyurethane with high-density flexible polyurethane. The quilted upholstery effect is entirely created by hand and clearly demonstrates the acquired old-school skills, which celebrate the fine art of upoholsetring.
the 50s-inspired prince armchair by minotti is created using advanced technologies and innovative materials that transform the fluid lines of the base into a sculpture. Made of die-cast aluminium, it is available in a range of finishes, including brushed glossy and black, as well as softer variations such as sand and pewter
The prism with hexagonal base captures the gaze thanks to its host of reflective elements, which the light bounces off, a property enhanced by the shiny lacquered effect available in four sophisticated shades: corten, petrol blue, sand and mud. In the veneered version, in fine mink-tinted sucupira wood, Aeron presents a captivating sense of texture. The small Aeron tables are available in various sizes, creating an original combination of volumes, and many interesting combinations with the other types of small tables in the collection.
Sophisticated collections, in perfect equilibrium between technology and tradition: this is the production of Minotti, a brand which has become a style, and which has successfully raised its industrial production to extremely high standards, mixing highly innovative production processes with the ancient techniques of craftsmen, handed down through the ages, all strictly Made in Italy.
The brand’s approach to innovation proceeds hand-in-hand with its desire to preserve the legacy of fine workmanship. The result is expressed in a contemporary key, generating a distinct style immune to fashions and the passing of time.
A brilliant idea, turned into reality thanks to the close collaboration of skilled experts in mechanical cutting and the accomplished local craftsmen who passionately strive to add unique finishes and details. This is why every Minotti sofa is more of a tailored product than an industrial piece.
For each collection, the phase between design and manufacturing is a global control process, based on a dialogue between aesthetic beauty and functional value. The brand brings its products to life using innovative techniques that associate high levels of comfort and resistance and a long product life to the aesthetic beauty of the designs.
In this regard, the company’s investment in ultra-modern machinery, used to produce the foam for the seats and to create the practical, elegant aluminium feet of sofas and armchairs, is essential.
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Design, innovation and craftsmanship: the furniture made in Italy by Minotti