In 1949 the company was founded by Adriano Minotti. In the first 20 years the company manufactured windows, doors and furniture.
In 1960 Adriano noticed a massive demand for modern kitchens in the industry. The company then began designing and manufacturing contemporary kitchens inspired by the Americans.
In 1990 the company was passed down to his son Alberto; who in 1999 changed the style of the brand Minotti Cucine. He wanted the company to start introducing stone into the designing of the kitchens. Minimalistic stone sinks we're then introduced.
When visiting Milan in early April we we're drawn to the Elea stone washbasin which was designed by Alberto. The basin is created with Pietra Azteca stone and the cabinets below are made up of smoked chestnut - a beautiful combination. Cleverly the mirrored cabinets cover up the joystick tap, so this leaves the stone basin to look sleek and seamless.
For more information on Minotti Cucine contact one of our designers.