Luxury brands Essential Home and DelightFULL have some amazing novelties featuring two amazing Italian designers: Studiopepe and Carlo Donati! We’ve previously talked about the collaboration between the two Mid-Century Furniture Giants and the two Italian Interior Design Giants and, today, we’ll present some specifics of the collections that Studiopepe and […]
Years will pass, and history will remain! Year after year Italian furniture brands introduces new collections, driven by traditional techniques, which is common in South European countries, like Portugal! Today, Milan Design Agenda brings you the latest Milan furniture design news, introducing you Minotti 2015 collection, held on Minotti’s Milan Showroom!
Staging of the showroom was updated for the presentation of the 2015 Collection, coordinated by Rodolfo Dordoni and launched at the isaloni 2015 furniture show in Milan. Ample space is dedicated to the new Yang, Seymour and Lounge Seymour seating systems, accompanied by the Leslie armchairs, Close, Elliott and Catlin coffee tables and numerous other accessories introduced this year.
The company’s showroom is the most tangible demonstration of how the latest innovations can blend seamlessly with products from the previous collections, in a succession of elegant settings that convey the brand’s sophisticated and unique lifestyle.
A space designed to capture the essence and identity of the MINOTTI brand has now become its permanent expression in the most effective and authentic way. Signed by Studio Dordoni Architetti, Spazio Minotti is located in an industrial complex in Meda, the company’s premises.
An elaborate project involved redeveloping part of the industrial site, expanding it to create a raised 1000 square meters surface area and obtain a sprawling, bright space that would host the company’s latest collections and iconic products past collections. The concept by Studio Dordoni Architetti was inspired by the project of a contemporary villa where all the rooms meld harmoniously with the terrace and hanging gardens.
After crossing the entrance, you have the impression of finding yourself in a large house where the materials- concrete walls, concrete and Piasentina stone flooring, warm, tobacco-coloured wood panelling, huge windows screened by smoky grey linen curtains – exude the ideal setting to highlight the seating systems and the myriad of furnishing complements from the company catalogue.
The skilful use of perspectives raised platforms and sophisticated lighting create an interesting succession of truly eye-catching settings intended to showcase not just the products but also the inimitable Minotti lifestyle.
The showroom includes rooms with audio-video equipment for meetings and training courses for customers, architects, interior designers and journalists.
We invite you to take a look at this luxury home decoration: