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Cristina Celestino was born in 1980 in Pordenone. In 2005, after graduating from the School of Architecture at IUAV University of Venice, she worked with prestigious design studios, focusing on interior architecture and design. In 2009 she moved to Milan, founding two years later her brand Attico Design. In […]
Rodolfo Dordoni was born in 1954 in Milan, where he obtained his architecture degree at the Politecnico in 1979 and where he still works as a designer. He runs two creative studios: his design office, Rodolfo Dordoni, and Dordoni Architetti, founded with Alessandro Acerbi and Luca Zaniboni, devoted to residential, industrial, and commercial spaces, shops, showrooms, hotels, restaurants, yachts, and exhibition stands in Italy and abroad.
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Rodolfo Dordoni’s projects are characterized by a rational approach, essential forms, rigorous geometries, attention to detail, and overall high quality. During his university years, he developed a friendship with fellow student Giulio Cappellini. This bond translated into a long-standing professional association as the artistic director of the Cappellini brand for over ten years. His successful projects include the Cuba 25 sofa and sofa bed collection and the Aliante bookcase designed with Giulio Cappellini.
Rodolfo Dordoni’s intense and fruitful relationship with Renato and Roberto Minotti began at the end of the 1990s and saw him become the art director and coordinator of the company’s collections for over twenty years. His first furniture collection for Minotti dates to 1997; he debuted with Suitcase, a cubic armchair that has become a design icon. For Minotti, he designed stands for various editions of the Milan Furniture Fair, the Shanghai Furniture Fair, and the Cologne Fair.
An ultimate statement piece, yielding an impressive length and modular capability, yet still very with a very subtle and soothing design. This luxury modular sofa takes its name from the Milenio coffee variety, a plant that emerges in great heights and very well-known adaptability, making this sofa the perfect parallel of it. With a blend of hues, textures, and materials, and with over 7 modules to change around, the Milenio Modular Sofa is the piece that creates the character of the overall sofa, creating a distinctively modern and rich component to your luxury living room.
Rodolfo Dordoni designed the Minotti New York flagship store in 2010 and the company showroom at the Meda headquarters in 2012. Rodolfo Dordoni has created numerous pieces for Minotti. They include the Connery and Blazer indoor and Sunray outdoor seating systems; the Tuffet upholstered ottomans; the Roger furniture collection; the Solid coffee tables and consoles; the Carson desk; the Keel, Brink, and Marvin tables; and the Belt sofa, chair, and seating line.
In the furniture and lighting sector, he was creative director of Artemide (for the glass collection), FontanaArte (for the furniture collection), Foscarini (with the Lumiere and Buds lamps), and Roda (the Piper furniture family, the Spool sofas and the Mamba garden sofas). He boasts numerous high-profile collaborations, including Cassina (L42 acute beds), Ceramica Flaminia, Dada, Driade, Flos (the Ray lamp family), Flou (the Merkurio bed, the Iko console table, the Doze sofas), Molteni, Moroso (the Waiting circular bench), Poltrona Frau (the Jobs furniture), Sambonet (the S-pot line of cookware).
Rodolfo Dordoni collaboration with Venini dates to 1995. He has worked with these brands as a designer and, in some cases, as a creative consultant coordinating marketing strategies and managing product image and development. Rodolfo Dordoni’s numerous awards and recognitions include the 2011 National Award for Innovation (Dordoni Architetti), the Honourable Mention at the XXIII Compasso d’Oro in 2014, and, more recently, the Archiproducts Design Awards.
Gathering inspiration from the neutral tones used in the Capuchin monks’ robes, from which the Viennese baptized the famous drink, this incredible sofa is upholstered in a cappuccino high-quality velvet and leather. A luxury modern modular sofa that represents the perfect brew between modern design with functionality. With an exquisite built-in walnut side table, the Capuchin Modular Sofa is ideal for your hot coffee to cool down. A design is totally customizable to be your perfect cup of tea.
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