For the 2014 edition of the Salone Milan, Cosmit ( the organising body )meets Italian Italian designer Rodolfo Dordoni and asks him — ” Where is Design Going ? ”
Rodolfo Dordoni & the Minotti Family – A successful 20 year PartnershipAugust 1, 2018Dedece Melbourne
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This year, Minotti enters its 20th year collaborating with it’s creative design director, Rodolfo Dordoni.
The long-term partnership is built on a deep connection between Dordoni and the Minotti brothers ( Renato and Roberto ) grounded in a shared culture, background, and taste.
Minotti translates the designer’s creative vision and concepts into tangible objects and collections that have come to represent the brand’s stylish identity.
The Minotti 2014 exhibition stand project revisits the concept of “destructured architecture”
Minotti skillfully creates spaces through the use of dividing walls, that interact among themselves through an interplay of differing heights and overlapping various elements, and a blending of materials and finishes designed to produce a dynamic separation of the various settings in which the new products from the collection are displayed.
I am not materialistic. I do not fall in love with objects. When we finish a collection, it’s a product. When we are making a new one, it is a process. It becomes a passion.
I can tell you the collection I like the most is the next one. The collection I would most like to have at home is the next one.
For Milan Design Week 2017 artist Paola Pivi puts her famous feathered bears inside the windows of la Rinascente department store.
In this historic and symbolic landmark of Milan, Pivi delved into her peculiar irony, determination, and candour, another perspective, another way of observing and experiencing the world, by-passing conventional thought systems and references.