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Thanks to the long-standing partnership between the Minotti and Engelen families – the latter at the helm of Dedece for 40 years – Melbourne welcomes the new home of the Minotti monobrand.
Launched at the Russell Street address in 2006, the store now has an exciting new location in Dale Street, Cremorne – the “leading edge” design furniture destination precinct.
The Minotti 2012/Collection was presented at dedece’s Melbourne showroom in December, 2012
The 2012/Collection admirably marries innovation and consistency, both distinguishing features of the Minotti brand.
The collection is striking in its unconventional use of a colour palette, that is both elegant and sophisticated, adding depth to shapely lines.
2018 marks many reasons for Dedece to celebrate – it is the 40th year that Dedece has been in business, whilst Minotti is celebrating a truly impressive 70 years in business and 20 years that esteemed architect and furniture designer Rodolfo Dordoni has been Minotti’s creative director.
Dedece was thrilled to celebrate the official opening of the new Minotti mono brand showroom to the Melbourne A & D community and clients on a particularly very cold winter’s night in late June.
The showroom has a few pieces from Minotti’s newest 2018 collection – flown in from Milan Salone 2018.
With the opening of the new Minotti Monobrand Melbourne store, dedece again sets the standard for those seeking style and sophistication in the Australian metropolis and further strengthens Minotti’s presence in a rapidly-expanding market that has consistently shown its appreciation for the timeless style and quality of Minotti products.
For the first event, dedece and Minotti launched the new book Portraits of Places in Australia by hosting a special lunch for those A & D who were featured in the book.
- August 1, 2018
British product and interior designer Lee Broom transformed a row of 3 disused shops in Milan to create ‘The Department Store’.
It’s an incredibly accurate reconstruction of an ideal (and surreal) department store, Lee invited visitors on an immersive journey through a cinematic pastiche of a store across two floors divided in sections such as millinery, beauty, perfumery, bookstore, wine shop, accessories and so on.