對Alberto兒子兼Minotti聯合總裁Roberto Minotti而言，品牌的發展之路植根於「持續創新精神」的原則，最近更在米蘭國際傢具展Salone del Mobile創下里程碑：展覽上Minotti展示了2019年系列，包括沙發、椅子、茶几、書櫃和地毯等充滿活力的傑作，設計由工作室與多位國際知名設計師合作而成，如米蘭的建築設計師Rodolfo Dordoni、法國出生的傢具設計師Christophe Delcourt和巴西建築師Marcio Kogan的工作室Studio MK27。
"I believe that the strength of “Made-in-Italy” lies in the strong aesthetic sense and disposition to beauty and high-quality that characterise the cultural heritage of Italy. This sensibility has evolved in time and has been able to combine tradition and innovation in an indissoluble mix of craftsmanship and technology."
Pictured is a cabinet from the Amber collection
"All the pieces of the new collection are as if they were our children, as they are projects that we have meticulously curated and closely followed step by step. What is important for us is the harmony between all the pieces in the collection and their ability to always lead back to Minotti’s identity."
Pictured is the Wedge Table
"We draw inspiration from what happens around us in the different fields of creativity, from fashion to art, from automotive to photography, amongst others. Therefore, each collection is the result of our intuitions, skills and abilities, but also of our cultural experiences."
Pictured is a coffee table from the Bangle collection
"Ultimately, our aim is to create versatile and timeless furnishings offering a unique and contemporary lifestyle that looks beyond the boundaries of time and space."
Pictured is a shelf from the Page collection
"Our focus for the future will be continuing to carry out our projects with passion, coherence and determination, remaining faithful to the values that have marked our evolutionary path so far, always driven by the intention to further increase the value of our brand and by the ambition to establish ourselves as a “maison” in the design field."
Pictured are sofas from the Suitcase collection.
"We are also determined to continue to surprise with new proposals that can stimulate the international markets, while staying true to Minotti’s DNA."
Pictured is a cabinet from the Easel collection.