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Held at the stunning Design Centre in Chelsea Harbour from 13th – 17th March, at London Design Week, the Minoli team will be showcasing our newly launched collections, purposefully focused on the trend-setting directions that will prevail in 2023 and beyond.
The most recent interpretations of marble, stone, wood and metal-effect fulfil the most creative and contemporary design directions and set new benchmarks in desirability and durability for walls and floors, inside and outdoors.
The pace of innovation in the manufacture of porcelain tiles is remarkable and with new finishes, textures, sizes and patterns, the Minoli product portfolio now offers an unprecedented system of surface solutions for interior designers, architects and property developers.
We’d love to invite our clients and new contacts to our stand if you are planning to visit the event and guests can easily register to attend free of charge, via this link: https://www.dcch.co.uk/london-design-week/register/
Commenting on our attendance at London Design Week, Kristina Novickaja, Manager of Minoli’s Marylebone showroom said, “We’re delighted to be involved in this year’s event and look forward to welcoming many of our existing clients, as well as making new acquaintances in the design community. We’re also excited to be representing Minoli alongside so many other creative companies and the complementary design materials they provide”.
As well as well-established ranges, the latest series available to view on our stand at Design Week will include:
A collection of extraordinary, marble-effect, premium porcelain tiles and extra-large slabs, Marvel Ten-X is inspired by the most contemporary stoneware and designed with the closest attention to every detail.
Interpreting the colours of forests, deserts, glaciers, oceans and volcanic rock to create an unprecedented collection in high grade porcelain, with five different designs, emulating marble, granite and quartzite.
Celebrating one of the most prestigious and iconic architectural materials, with the aesthetic appeal of natural stoneware but all the functional benefits of technically advanced porcelain.
Inspired by the Ceppo Di Grè stone from Lake Iseo in Italy, this range is beautifully balanced to work with complementary products in the wider Boost Series, providing a flexible system of design solutions.
Reflecting light through a product portfolio of distressed mirror and metal-effect finishes, Reflet enables new architectural and atmospheric ideas to be realised, with lustrous layers of bronze, silver and gold.
Embracing the urge to get back in touch with nature using materials with tactile textures and natural designs, this versatile range echoes the elegance and welcoming warmth of wood.
With the appearance of perfectly poured concrete, Viceversa brings a sense of urban indulgence to design schemes, with distinct depth in the multi-tone layers that feature in the micro-textured finish.
A realistically retro, subway brick-effect porcelain tile, in its striking 6/24 letterbox format and purposefully irregular patterning, Luminous Lume emulates the individuality of genuine majolica tiles.
In concrete and wood effects through to those that emulate natural stone and now marble, The Outdoor By Minoli Series is a technically advanced collection of 20mm thickness, porcelain pavers, with R11 slip-resistance ratings.
Visitors to the Minoli stand will be able to collect copies of our picture-rich brochures, the Minoli Design Trends Report 2023 and request samples for delivery.
For more information about Minoli’s attendance and the event, you can view our Guest Exhibitor Profile on the Design Week website, here: https://www.dcch.co.uk/london-design-week/house-guests/minoli/