A matter of forms

Luigi Bardini started a furniture factory in the late 1960s in Meolo, a village the size of a peanut above Venice. Families needed furniture. Simple, right?

A lot has happened between then and the following 30 years. The first time in New York, the first flop, the first success. With the dawn of the new century, the company grew into a renowned company producing quality furniture for Italy and the rest of the world.

Iconic and Avant-garde, but above all Colourful

In July 2009, Luigi handed over the company to his sons Alessandro, Matteo and Mario. And since then, a number of things have changed. Young designers were chosen, investments shifted and the product became iconic and avant-garde, but above all colourful. To be honest, Miniforms has always had a penchant for colour, but used it cautiously.

Intimidating. However, fears need to be tackled head-on, so they were first introduced to bold colours. Bright and vibrant colours, like yellow, red and green. At first, it was strange to see a lacquered chair. But soon they became familiar with it and experimented with an extensive palette full of gradations. From there, the airy yet distinct character emerged, recognisable by a fresh note that connects the collection.

The brand

As with any transformation, it takes time to establish a brand. But Miniforms has now become an integral part in the world of leading Italian design labels.
They design and produce a modern collection of furniture without putting too much value on labels.
After all, they do what they love and they do it with pride. Bound by tradition, not because it is fashionable, but because they are rooted in an area with a rich tradition in furniture making.
As a result, they present a contemporary collection of high-quality interior products for life.