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Miniforms had some new wonderful and interesting new collections to present during Milan Design Week. These new chairs, tables, and lighting products all have an artistic touch to them, so today we’re having a little look into this new amazing set.
The Botera armchairs are best defined by their soft and round shapes (like a work by Botero). This set also has a structure made in wood and fire-retardant upholstered in Class 1IM. The chairs are available in two different heights and sizes and can be adorned by different types of fabrics, such as Kvadrat Maharam Merit or Esedra Tricot.
Mitilo is quite an interesting case in this collection, being defined by Miniforms as a “sofa and armchair family”. It’s a good example of an eclectic piece that can perfectly be adapted into both public and private spaces. A notable feature is a joint between the frame and its deep seat, which guarantees maximum comfort for the users.
The Ozz lamp by Paolo Cappello made alongside with Simone Sabatti consists of a lack lacquered floor lamp with a natural or black ashtray available in two different heights. This unique looking lighting piece is ideal for either the living room or a bedside table.
Barry is a table with a design both subtle and very dynamic. It has metal lacquered in the legs, and a customizable top in either lacquered finish, Canaletto walnut, Flamed oak, Vintage Oak, Black ash, Ceramic or Palladio Moro marble.
Next, we have Juice, a monumental table, with a wide and iconic basement reminiscent of a juicer. This piece has a top available in oval or round shapes. This was made in wooden finishes such as Canaletto walnut, Flamed oak, Vintage Oak, and Black ash or Ceramic top.
The next table is Jumbo made by Paolo Cappello, presented as a writing desk that can be available in natural ash or black ash, having detail in matt copper or black lacquer. This is a wonderful table that is able to fit into more than one style of environments such as a hotel room or even a contemporary home office.
Next is Kolos, and here we have yet another pair. Both tables are made entirely of glazed ceramic, a material that ends up giving each piece an authentic and original artistic value and a shiny look. There’s also the Ringo tables by Matteo Zorzenoni that effectively combine Palladio Moro marble with black ash and have a top available entirely in Canaletto walnut.
Lastly, when it comes to coffee tables we have Chap by Matteo Zorzenoni. This pair of tables can be produced entirely in Palladio Moro marble or in European Grey glass, having as a common element a central leg in Amber glass.
Miniforms is an Italian brand that presents many of its furniture products with a colorful and vibrant attitude, making them stand out for its unique design concept. Among some of the main keywords by this brand, we can definitely enumerate words such as “elegance”, “expressivity”, “lightness”, as well as giving a new meaning to the motto “made in Italy”.