Twiggy’s Modular, Unexpected Seating Can Take Many Forms
Twiggy seating is named after the 1960s fashion icon known for turning her nonconformist style into a classic aesthetic. Like her, this family of seating can present itself in many forms with its unexpected shapes and proportions. Designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for Minotti, the individual elements are fluid and flexible, free from models and configurations. Instead, Twiggy meets a growing need for adaptable furniture that can match our everyday lifestyles.
Bringing style and craftsmanship to any space it inhabits, Twiggy is composed of different seating elements that when joined can create a modular, semicircular, or island system. The series began with a single armless armchair that allowed the stitching and Minotti’s know-how shine. In addition to the chair, Twiggy includes a bench, a couch, and a chaise lounge, all of which can be used individually or to create a modular system.
Twiggy’s curved base matches the soft edges of the seat and backrest, and is available in two custom finishes: aluminum with a glossy Black Coffee finish and semi-glossy polished aluminum. To create the latter, the aluminum undergoes a special process – perfected by Minotti Studio – that brings out the characteristics of the metal. For the upholstery, choices include leather, nubuck, or fabric, all of which add even more drama to the stitching.
To learn more about Twiggy, visit minotti.com.