Designed by Minotti Studio and conceived as an installation on a 24-meter-long platform, Minotti’s exhibition space at the supersalone embraced the architectural mood and stylistic themes characterizing the 2021 Collection. A sophisticated scenography embraced a refined sequence of projects, where the protagonists of the new collection were displayed in front of walls made of satin steel and raw concrete, as well as a boiserie made of wooden slats in honey-coloured oak.
An almost museum-like setting created three living areas, two indoor and one outdoor, featuring, in sequence, the Roger seating system by Rodolfo Dordoni, the Brasilia and Superquadra families of furnishings by Marcio Kogan / studio mk27 and the Patio open-air seating system by GamFratesi, together with a wide selection of accessories.
The participation of Minotti at the supersalone ran in parallel with the presentation of the 2021 Collection in the Company Showroom and the SuperSet, the two exhibition spaces inside the Company’s HQ in Meda that hosted several meetings with partners, architects, designers and journalists. Minotti’s presence at the supersalone also represented an important opportunity for re-establishing a direct contact with all the design professionals and design lovers in a prestigious and international venue.