minotti creates indoor-outdoor synergy in contemporary 2023 collection

minotti creates indoor-outdoor synergy in contemporary 2023 collection

Indoor-outdoor synergy: Minotti’s 2023 Collection

Minotti has brought together a range of international design talent in the creation of new indoor and outdoor collections that are at once classic, modern and in harmony with one another.

minotti creates indoor-outdoor synergy in contemporary 2023 collection
the airy and modern Dylan modular seating system by Rodolfo Dordoni for Minotti is contemporary with couturier details



In a world of fast-paced change, Minotti’s pursuit of timeless design as well as its honed technical expertise result in elegant pieces that stand ready to elevate any interior with sophistication and style. The 2023 Collection proves this, finding a balance between classicism and contemporaneity, organic lines and solid volumes.

Coordinated by Rodolfo Dordoni with Minotti Studio, the new collection expresses a single language of stylistic coherence derived from international voices such as Marcio Kogan / studio mk27, Nendo, GamFratesi, Inoda+Sveje and Gordon Guillaumier. While embracing consistency with Minotti’s design vision, the 2023 Collection explores new horizons with the aim of responding to the ever-changing nature of contemporary living.

The undisputed star of the 2023 Collection is Dylan, the new seating system by Rodolfo Dordoni, expressed in three different variants and featuring an unexpectedly modern and airy base as well as couture-inspired stitching on the cushions that give it a timeless classic look with a contemporary modularity.

minotti creates indoor-outdoor synergy in contemporary 2023 collection

minotti creates indoor-outdoor synergy in contemporary 2023 collection
the Raphael family of seats by GamFratesi, ideal for smaller domestic contexts (header), the Superblocks storage unit in its living-room variant (top) and the Torii Bold family of seats by Nendo, featuring softly rounded volumes (bottom)



The new Raphael family of seats by GamFratesi presents single furniture pieces with generous proportions that express the same comfort of a traditional modular system, opening the door to a new way of interpreting the living area. The new Torii Bold family of seats by Nendo, meanwhile, features large, rounded upholstered volumes, enhanced by Japanese-inspired details – the design preserves the morphology of the iconic Torii family’s backrest while presenting a more solid and compact aesthetic. Fine structural details also characterize Superblocks, the new family of storage units by Marcio Kogan / studio mk27, conceived as if they were real architecture and inspired by the rationalism of forms – the stylistic code of the Brazilian architect.


minotti creates indoor-outdoor synergy in contemporary 2023 collection
a selection of curved seats from the Torii Nest Outdoor family (top) evolved from the master design of the Torii Nest Outdoor swivel armchair by Nendo. below, Inoda+Sveje’s Sendai Cord Outdoor swivel armchair



In a synergic dialogue, the 2023 Outdoor Collection complements Minotti’s indoor designs. The Torii Nest Outdoor family of seats has been enriched with new elements characterized by the iconic woven cord backrests, curvy silhouettes, solid teak frames and slender aluminum feet. This encourages the natural continuity of the Minotti vision between indoor and outdoor worlds, also expressed in the light appeal of the new Sendai Cord Outdoor swivel armchair, which reflects the upholstered volume of the indoor armchair, reduced and stylized.



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