Designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, Minotti’s extensive 2017 collection will have you spoilt for choice. Marquis celebrated the collection’s arrival with an evening of music and good food.
17 November, 2017
Marquis celebrated the arrival of Minotti’s 2017 collection at Minotti Singapore showroom in 30 Hill Street with an intimate gathering where guests mingled and admired the understated elegance of Rodolfo Dordoni’s design.
“There is a saying among my colleagues and I, that anyone – even if you have zero experience or knowledge on how to do up your interiors – all you need is a Minotti piece, and the rest will fall in place,” says Kim Foo, director of Marquis HNC. She adds, “The Minotti essence is so timeless, understated and unparalleled, it is a style that carries itself forward.”
The Lawrence and Jacques collections comprise sofa units and complimentary elements that allow virtually limitless configurations to suit any living space.
Choose from Lawrence’s two versions of sofa modules – with high or low armrests. The goose down seat cushions are available in 80 or 90 centimetres, and don’t worry, the seat structure is designed with a concave area to hold the (reversible) seat cushion in place so you won’t find yourself stuck between them. And to round it off, add one of the Clan chaise longue elements, which will bring texture to the whole look with graphic stitching.
The Jacques collection features compact proportions, rounded edges and elegant details with a retro appeal. Suitable for both residential and hospitality interiors, Jacques bergère is available with a fixed or swivel base in light bronze finish that adds a touch of luxe. The extended Jacques family also includes ottomans in various shapes and sizes, all distinguished by an elegant stitched motif and a square decorative button.
View images from the event in the gallery bellow.
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