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Minotti’s 2012 Collection

Presenting the latest designs by Rodolfo Dordoni.

Minotti’s 2012 Collection


August 17th, 2012


Powell is welcoming, refined and informal with fixed and sectional seats that cater to one’s natural desire to relax. The fine balance of proportions and sartorial craftsmanship – both key Minotti characteristics – take centrestage once again, while the aluminium base in extra-glossy finish and in colours such as Sand, Celadon, Granite and Plum make for a beautiful detail. Comfort – another must in all Minotti sofas – is magnified here with a saddle hide headrest that can be easily placed near the arm and backrest and used to support the cushion for maximum comfort.



The armchair balances classic ’50s form with a modern tailored look. Most notably, it features a die-cast sculptural aluminium base, the result of a particularly complex design process that showcases Minotti’s know-how at its best.



Sullivan is a family of coffee tables whose shapes evoke the plasticity of Calder’s art. The tables can be put together in numerous combinations thanks to the basic geometric shapes and unconventional materials. Sullivan comes in three shapes: a triangle with rounded points, an elongated oval, and classic round. And three finishes: pedulo walnut, glossy white lacquer, and smoked grey glass. The underside of the tabletop is finished in an exclusive pewter colour created by Minotti Studio that picks up the finish colour of the die-cast aluminum legs.

To add greater functionality to the design, the triangular and round tables also come in a version with wheels.



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