In the heart of Mumbai, on the 46th floor of a skyscraper, a 300-square-metre private residence on 2 levels with a magnificent panoramic view of the city hosts the sophisticated, cosy design of a selection of Minotti furnishing pieces by Rodolfo Dordoni.
The minimalist style that characterises the interior design, in line with the contemporary character of the building, is enriched by refined details and colour choices in the calm, elegant shades of grey.
Once inside, a short passage leads to a large, bright, double-height living area enlivened by the couture character of the Freeman Tailor seating system: together with the Song coffee table, it creates the perfect setting for moments of conviviality.
The dining area, adjacent to the living room, stands out thanks to the timeless design of the Aston "Dining" little armchairs that add a touch of colour and personality to the space. It is also enriched by a conversation area, made cosy by the compact proportions of the Jacques seats that lend a retro flavour but with a contemporary spirit.
The upper floor, overlooking the first level, is home to a more intimate living space: here the volumes of the Blazer seating system, accompanied by the Jacob coffee table, create a comfortable corner, ideal for moments of leisure and informal relaxation.
Finally, the protagonist of the master bedroom, flanked by the nightstands Milton, is the Reeves Bed, with its enveloping headboard that implies the feeling of a warm embrace, enhanced by the deep blue tone in contrast with the essential character of the room.
An interior project in which the brand's characteristic sartorial attitude and attention to detail have enabled a perfect match between the aesthetics of the furnishing pieces and the contemporary nature of the architecture.