Stripped of the padding that covered the original model, it reveals a cord frame available in the Sand, Forest Green and Charcoal shades, that is supported by a new metal base with two finishes – White or Black-Silver with “orange peel” effect. Firstly designed as an indoor product, York has been re-edited in this outdoor version as an invitation to experience the living room both in and out, as suggested by contemporary lifestyles.
Characterized by its sculptural support base, consisting of three metal tubes of 10 cm in diameter, welded together, the structure is completed by a rounded top in Cardoso Stone or Silver Beola.
A piece of furniture marked by a strong personality, the Van Dyck “Outdoor” table can be combined with different seats and gives a unique character to all open-air areas.
Reminescent of the classic valet coffee tables, it can be easily combined with the seats of the Outdoor collection.
It is available in one size with an outdoor metal paint finish, enriched by the original “orange peel” texture in White or Black-Silver colour.
Extremely linear, it is inspired by the outlines of cubist volumes, emptied of their mass, in a perfect balance of proportions.
Closed by a squared or rounded top, it is available in four different sizes and it features an interesting outdoor metal paint finish with an “orange peel” texture in White or Black-Silver colour.
Inspired by the American modernism of the Fifties, its lines are underlined by the aluminium base made with a sophisticated die casting process and painted in glossy Pewter or White with an “orange peel” effect.
The fully removable backrest and seat cushions guarantee excellent comfort, while a footstool with the same finishes can be combined with the armchair.
Once more the concept of abolishing the boundaries between indoors and outdoors, a feature that distinguishes the Minotti collections, is carried out in a piece of furniture that designs open-air spaces with contemporary elegance.
As a new product typology, Quadrado enriches the Minotti Outdoor collection, broadening the company’s offer with a young and contemporary concept that provides new informal solutions. The wooden bases welcome comfortable padded cushions with backrests in a special fibre woven with wicker-effect, available in Mud colour or plain Licorice colour. The sitting elements are interspersed with wooden surfaces that feature trays or candle holders, that can be arranged as desired with a surprising interlocking effect. A circular armchair joins this outdoor landscape characterized by its broad compositional freedom. The Japanese Metabolist architecture of the Fifties and the Sixties, defined by modular volumes, inspired Kogan to develop the Quadrado concept, an ideal system to furnish large open-air spaces, even of considerable sizes, where you can immerse yourself in nature and relax.
The various modular elements allow for a wide range of arrangements, from L-shaped configurations characterised by the perfect geometry to linear interpretations that can evolve into sinuous profiles thanks to the original Alexander “Drop” curved elements, such as the chaise-longue or the rounded corner modules.
The modules can have high or low backrests, or a combination of both, contributing to the versatility of the system. The pieces with higher backrests design alcove points, creating corners of intimacy, where to sit as in a nest of great comfort to read or watch TV. Instead, the elements with lower backrests are designed not to obstruct the view of the surrounding space.
Alexander is characterised by the sartorial details of the seams on the corner of the sofa and on the high back/armrest and by the central seam placed on the backrest cushions.
The base is made of Light Bronze-coloured aluminium bars and keeps the elements raised from the ground, thus conveying a sense of lightness to the suspended volumes.
The modules, which vary in shape and size, interact with each other, while the armrests and backrests design relaxing areas suggesting different ways of seating.
Granville is available both in the traditional sofa option and as a more flexible solution of detached islands. Joinable together, the various elements come without fixed backs and armrests and are characterized by the original curved shape of the removable armrest. Developed not as a simple formal exercise, but as an opportunity to reflect on the sofa as a space to be lived and shared, Granville is the expression of a young and contemporary spirit. The thickness of the back, together with the addition of a chaise-longue element and the detachable armrests are an invitation to live it in different ways, depending on the number of guests, their needs, or the time of the day.
A system that offers a new concept of comfort and that redesigns the living room landscape.
The shape takes up vintage lines, modernising them with an incredibly sophisticated silhouette that involves both the seat cushions and the external covering, which comes in fabric or leather, for a combination of textures of great charm.
The fixed cross structure in Light Bronze-coloured metal with the feet sheathed in Moka-shaded oak is a surprising detail that reflects the virtuosity of Minotti in combining different materials. Worked with the company’s unique savoir-faire, they highlight its craftsmanship tradition.
The revolving versions of the armchair, the bergère and the lounge and dining chairs are instead characterised by a base made of wooden spokes.
With his distinctive ironic approach, the designer overturns the traditional idea of the support feet that come out of the body of the seat, placing them externally to the structure.
Tape owes its name to the couture detail, conceived as a piece of ribbon that holds the Light Bronze-coloured metal feet.
A real tribute by Nendo to the sartorial experience of Minotti.
The soft curve of the shell, which designs the armrest and that accommodates the soft back cushion, highlights the pure and enveloping line of the armchair.
Customizable in a wide range of leather and fabric coverings, it presents two possible sets of pairings. In one version, the fabric covers the back and the seat cushion, while the shell and the tape detail are in leather of the same colour; in the other, the textile envelops the back, the seat cushion and the entire shell, while the tape detail is in Light Bronze-coloured saddle-hide.
With its firm formal identity and its impeccable proportions, Tape becomes the protagonist of the space that welcomes it, both in residential and hospitality contexts.
The family shares the same design of the slender and retro-styled leg but the elements differ in terms of general shape.
Albert maintains the 1900-inspired armrests and classic lines reinterpreted by the aesthetics of the Fifties. A decorative front element runs along its entire length and draws the armrest: made of solid wood, it is first covered and then fixed with nails to the main structure.
Ile, instead, is closer to the aesthetics of the Sixties. Inspired by classic armchairs and characterised by the hollow shape of its back, it reframes these elements according to the versatility of the forms of the Sixties.
A mohair wool velvet, in vibrant colours with shimmering reflections – from Mink to Cobalt, from Blue Ocean to Titanium – is the upholstery that best enhances the two pieces.
Albert&Ile have been edited on the occasion of the company’s 70th anniversary, testifying the Minotti’s DNA which, thanks to its founder, still conveys the importance of artisan craftsmanship and sophisticated upholstering skills.
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The design, inspired by the American modernism of the Fifties, is underlined by the Pewter-coloured aluminium base realised through a complex die-casting technique. The softness of the armchair is accentuated by the fabric or leather-upholstered seat and back cushions.
The sartorial attention to details, one of the strengths of the Minotti production, is highlighted in the execution of the round-profiled ropes, which feature a unique seam that runs along the entire length of the covering leather. The Prince “Cord” Indoor is available in four shades – Dove Grey, Grey, Tobacco and Dark Brown – and the armchair can be accompanied by a footstool which carries the same stylistic sign.
Designed as soft volumes of square and rectangular shape suspended on Light Bronze-coloured aluminium bases, thanks to their reduced size, the Damier elements can be used as accessories or auxiliary seats. The various combinations of upholstery, which take advantage of the vast choice of fabrics and leathers of the Minotti collection, help to create an ever-changing domino of shades and textures. Thus designing a soft system that plays with the up-and-down dynamism of the different modules.
The design of the light metal structure, defined by orthogonal lines, is interrupted by large rings, placed in different positions. In addition to breaking the geometric regularity of the silhouette, the circles, depending on the size of the table, become connecting or supporting elements. The eye is attracted to the emptiness at the centre of the rings, with an effect of space and lightness.
The metal frame, available in Light Bronze, Copper or Black-Nickel, comes in different heights. The Ring tables are completed by an oval or circular top, with various diameters, which are customisable in bronzed glass, Calacatta marble or Licorice brushed ash.
The succession of inverted semicircles that make up the sinuous front silhouette accommodates hollow spaces that enable the users to leave magazines, newspapers and small objects in plain sight.
Designed for the living room, but also perfect for other settings, it is available in four sizes. It can be combined with other Waves, to create a continuous modular sequence that plays with the transparency of the voids and the lightness of the lines.
A sharp and decisive mark gives shape to the metal sheet of the base on top of which rests a bronzed glass surface. A double shade, glossy and opaque, defines the two surfaces of the supporting structure, which combines the satin Light Bronze painted metal with the Corten or Sand coloured glossy paint.
The Bender family comes in a range of round, rectangular and square tables and consoles of different heights to dialogue with the various furnishing solutions of the living room.
Thus contrasting the sinuous lines and the transparency of the surfaces to the full mass of the seats.
The radiused base, consisting of a bundle of metal rods that fold and rise vertically, supports the top, in marble or wood.
From the Pewter-coloured finishing of the base to the precious shades of the top, available in Zebrino marble, Stone Grey or Moka lacquered brushed oak, the materials highlight the firm identity of Rays.
Thanks to its slender structure, and with its different heights and various top widths, the table appears as a thin thread emerging from the floor, sinking into the soft texture of the rugs of the Indoor collection.
The recessed plinth in Light Bronze-painted satin metal transforms the supporting structure in a seemingly floating element. Closed by a band in Moka-tainted brushed oak, the frame holds the top in Zebrino marble or Black pâte de verre.
Despite the generous proportions of the tops, due to their reduced height, the tables are not invasive in the living space, but function as pleasantly decorative and functional island elements.
The family is completed by squared items that feature drawers or a void space, which is enhanced by a sheet of satin-finished metal that covers the internal surface. The latter is also available in a revolving version.
An interplay of black and white characterizes the two offset semi-circles, both on the top and on the internal vertical section, thanks to the contrasting shades between the Pewter glossy-lacquer and Sand.
Available in two heights and with different proportions, Shields belongs to that family of artistic furnishing accessories that give more character and personality to any living room. With its metallic reflections it animates the elements with which it enters into dialogue.
While keeping the original imprinting linked to the idea of a compact and excavated volume, the new version accentuates the play of solids and voids, of concave and convex shapes, of contrasts between the glossy Sand-lacquered interior surface and the opaque exterior in Moka-coloured oak.
Available in two heights and with different proportions, more slender in the side table version and more compact in the coffee table solution, Boden is covered by a Black pâte de verre or a Zebrino marble top.
With a gesture dear to the Modern Movement, the base evolves seamlessly from a thin tube into a circular base, offering a continuous glossy surface. Conceived both in the lounge and side table versions, it features a precious top in Calacatta or Stone Grey marble.
A piece of furniture that fully interprets the essence of classic contemporaneity characteristic of the Minotti code.
The rounded and concave legs and the crosspiece that connects them define the base, enriching the overall design of the table. The contrasting finishes of the supporting legs – Licorice opaque-painted aluminium for the outside and bright Copper or Light Bronze-varnished for the inside – create an exciting game of lights, illuminating the area below the top, which is generally in the shade.
The tone of the supporting structure is recalled in the perimeter band of the top with a subtle variation in the materials: the wood replaces the aluminium and frames a precious surface customisable in Calacatta marble, Black back-painted glass, Licorice or Dove Grey flamed ash, matt ebony.
Dan comes with a round top in three different diameters and with a rectangular top with soft corners, in three different dimensions.
The comfort and the measured proportions characterize Lance, a dining chair with a rigorous and neutral design. Thanks to its timeless shape it can be combined with tables of different shapes and styles. Available in two versions, with or without armrests, it has a solid oak frame painted in Moka, Mink and Dove Grey shades.
Synonym of refined cabinet-making and high-end technology, they have in common the preciousness of the materials, from the brushed ash or the opaque ebony of the structure to the Calacatta marble or the flush-fitted tops in wood matching the colour of the structure, to the glossy painted metal base.
While maintaining the same precious and refined details, the new pieces represent a lightened version of the original project. A unique design defines the leg conceived as a circular section with the concave side facing outwards, treated with a Pewter-coloured glossy finish that emphasises its elegance.
The French designer changes the codes of perception with hidden features, offering a contemporary reinterpretation of the traditional meuble à secret. The console provides an interplay of drawers, while the cabinet-bar reveals a cockpit compartment covered in polished steel and the classic buffet unveils a series of doors and drawers.
For a family of objects to be rediscovered every day, in which each detail leads to the next one.
Two new variations join the version presented in 2017: one with Sand-coloured aluminium sides and Licorice-tainted ash shelves and the other with Pewter-coloured aluminium sides and Sand-coloured glossy lacquered shelves.
Curtis is characterized by a tall and thin headboard, with an exposed zipper along the sides, and is available in one length only, with a choice of five widths. Interpreted with a crepuscular light, in a rarefied atmosphere, it suggests the encounter between the past of the Déco tradition, thanks to the rich quilting, and the present of interior decoration, with its sophisticated graphics.
Curtis can be coordinated with a bedspread and a plaid with an interesting combination of colours, materials and textures. Thus contributing to the overall scenography of the bed, which is elegantly dressed and becomes the protagonist of the sleeping area. The reversible Curtis bedspread is made entirely by hand. One side is covered in white Paco fabric and the other in Mink-coloured Kabuki fabric. The Lawrence plaid, made of 100% cashmere wool, is available in two versions: Titanium with a border in natural-shaded Nabuk leather or Platinum with a border in iron-coloured Nabuk leather.
Placed wisely in the living spaces, Blanche guarantees a natural and pleasant atmosphere.
It is available in three colours – Ecru, Grey and Silver – and is handcrafted using a Tufting manual method, also custom-made, in multiple dimensions of 50 cm.
It is available in six monochrome versions: Chalk, Titanium Melange, Cord Mélange, Smoke, Iron and Petrol.