Formed by the juxtaposition of suspended geometric volumes and reduced heights, the Milton side tables are available in the circular, square, rectangular and trapezoidal versions. The geometries are softened by the rounded corners that recall the sinuous curves of the Alexander "Drop" seating system.
Characterised by a more contemporary and decorative reinterpretation of the lines of the Seventies, they showcase a refined game of combinations of precious materials and organic geometries.
The recessed plinth in Light Bronze-painted satin metal transforms the supporting structure in a seemingly floating element. Closed by a band in Moka-tainted brushed oak, the frame holds the top in Zebrino marble or Black pâte de verre.
Despite the generous proportions of the tops, due to their reduced height, the tables are not invasive in the living space, but function as pleasantly decorative and functional island elements.
The family is completed by squared items that feature drawers or a void space, which is enhanced by a sheet of satin-finished metal that covers the internal surface. The latter is also available in a revolving version.
Born in Milan in 1954, Rodolfo Dordoni graduated as an architect in 1979 and until 1989 he was responsible for the art direction of Cappellini, while designing for a variety of brands including Cassina, Artemide, Driade, Moroso and Flos. Since 1998 he has been the artistic director of Minotti, coordinating all the company’s collections as well as designing many Minotti showrooms around the world.
Now helmed by the third generation of the Minotti family, Rodolfo Dordoni guarantees the modern-classic aspect of the portfolio while collaborations with designers including Frenchman Christophe Delcourt and Japan’s nendo bring in fresh perspective.