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Minotti New 2009 Collection

Renowned furniture manufacturer Minotti has launched its new ’09 collection, offering unprecedented sophistication.

Minotti New 2009 Collection


September 24th, 2009

The new 2009 Collection from Minotti, consisting of 24 unique products, has been wholly co-ordinated by Rodolfo Dordoni. The designer has achieved a harmonious style across the range, forging a contemporary decorative spirit unparalleled by anything in the market.

Minotti’s new collection, as always, has been created in the name of real Italian design, and innovatively explores the notions of refinement and lasting elegance.

The collection includes the stunning new Williams seating system, designed by Dordoni, which will undoubtedly grow into a classic, with its rich, simple shapes.

While ‘Williams’ offers a classic aesthetic character and smart proportions it also uses advanced ‘thermosensitive’ self-modelling polyurethane technology. The Williams can also be coupled with the sophisticated Williams Console, available with bronze glass or scratchproof lacquered tops.

The new collection also includes the refined style of the ‘Fulton’ writing tables. Fusing functionality and aesthetics with neat, lasting design, the Fulton system incorporates drawers and desks/consoles, suitable for living areas, the bedroom or halls and foyers.

Minotti’s 2009 Collection also welcomes a number of coffee tables, cabinets, sofas, chairs and a new bed, all exemplifying the beauty, elegance and attention to detail of true Italian design.

View the full range online or visit your nearest retailer.







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