Outdoor pieces: Minotti unveils Indiana range

The new range of outdoor pieces was designed by Rodolfo Dordoni.

Luxury furniture brand Minotti launched Indiana, its new range of outdoor pieces designed by Rodolfo Dordoni. The Indiana family includes sofas, chaise-lounges, ottomans and coffee tables. All pieces have their base in solid Iroko. The range also incorporates handcrafted dovetailing and finishing details, and the Iroko wood is available in both its natural shade and a dark brown finish.

The chairs and sofas in the family have pewter colored metal armrests and backrests, and come with polypropylene webbing. Structures were treated with a high UV and weather-resistant protective paint with a 35 level gloss finish, while color options of the range include bamboo, stone and moka. Meanwhile, the tables come with Corian EC exterior cladding and are available in a shade of grey. The tables, sofas and chairs in the family rest on pewter color aluminum caps inserted into the wood bases.

Cushions and accessories in the Indiana range are coated in polyurethane foam and eco-compatible waterproof fiber. Also, to better protect the padding from water and humidity, all cushions have a waterproof polyester cover and are suitable for outdoor use.

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