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MODUS OPERANDI
Design Process

Our company philosophy aims to offer a high-end product which can meet the demands of sophisticated consumers, while always remaining in line with the needs dictated by lifestyles in the modern world: Minimal combines quality, flexible use of materials and aesthetic taste.

Personalization

From the very beginning Minimal decided to direct its production process towards the service of designers. What differentiates Minimal from commercial brands? The company’s ability to listen and prepare as well as accurate detail design.

Each Minimal project is made up of various elements of technology and innovation. Creativity, experimentation with materials, attention to detail. Tailoring of the highest quality.

In the first stage of the process, our team examines and designs following the guidelines provided, it searches for critical points and offers technical and ergonomic solutions. It then shares the design in dwg format in order to achieve an exact correspondence between design, aesthetic and functional requirements.

Once the layout has been carefully checked, in the first phase of the production cycle all the modules that make up the kitchen are pre-assembled to thoroughly make sure that everything is correct; the aim is to ensure that there are no problems during the installation phase in customers’ homes.

In the first stage of the process, our team examines and designs following the guidelines provided, it searches for critical points and offers technical and ergonomic solutions. It then shares the design in dwg format in order to achieve an exact correspondence between design, aesthetic and functional requirements.

Once the layout has been carefully checked, in the first phase of the production cycle all the modules that make up the kitchen are pre-assembled to thoroughly make sure that everything is correct; the aim is to ensure that there are no problems during the installation phase in customers’ homes.

Finishes
Every detail is carefully crafted to create compositions of great aesthetic impact, embodying elegance and sophistication in every living space.
Stainless Steel
Finishes that can be used on tops and fronts.
Natural Stone
Finishes that can be used on tops and fronts (M6), treated with Acid Shield, the innovative coating that protects against acids, dyes and grease.
Wood
Finishes that can be used on breakfast bars and fronts, available either Veneered or in Solid Wood.
Metal Laquered
Finishes that can be used on fronts only.
Color Stainless Steel
Finishes that can be used on fronts only (except for Titaniox).
Fenix
Finishes that can be used on tops and fronts, available in NTM or NTA.
HPL Unicolor
Finishes that can be used on tops and fronts.
Ceramics
Finishes that can be used on tops and fronts (M6).
Corian
Finishes that can be used on tops and fronts.
Processes

Processes that leave their mark, for unique finishes that make the style of a Minimal product unmistakable.

Architectures

                Among the most renowned figures of minimalist art that can be mentioned is the master architect Mies Van Der Rohe, whose description “less is more” defines the aim of minimalism: to strip all the base elements down to their essential nature. The leading light of contemporary architecture, Tadao Ando, shows us the way, with the use of materials such as concrete, wood and water.

Minimal Style is based on the subtraction of the superfluous. Minimalism means stripping things to their essence. Clean-cut shapes, essential lines, black or white.

Tadao Ando
Church of light
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson
Seagram Building.
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Neue Nationalgalerie