In 1991, dordoni beguns, among the firsts, a recovery process of traditional furniture by reinterpreting the classic english club sofa.
Designed at the height of minimalism, hall collection recovers some fundamental values such as domesticity and comfort.
Wooden conglomerate structure. padding in polyurethane foams and wadding. fabric or leather fixed cover.
Rodolfo Dordoni was born in Milan in 1954. In 1979 he graduated in architecture at Politecnico di Milano. Since then he started collaborating with Cappellini for ten years either as art director and coordinate image manager, and designing a wide range of furniture. His interest for a global business vision, in the following years, brought him to develop several project of the same kind. He uses to face both themes of architecture and industrial design. He designs temporary exhibition setting up, a kind of putting dreams into practice, and buildings as well. Among the first ones: “La Stanza Si Mette in Mostra”, “out of scale, Mobili Maiuscoli”, “Shiro Kuramata” at Museo di Milano. He also took care of headquarter setting up for many firms, such as Societé Generale, Panasonic Italia, Alpine, Beiersdorf, Algor Logitech software in Milan, Confidas City corp in Zurich. He designs exhibitions at Salone del Mobile, Euroluce and Mipel in Milan, Mobel Messe in Kholn, Salon du Meuble in Paris. In 1995 he got in touch with fashion sphere, running a successful union with Dolce&Gabbana and D&G, starting to project their retail areas and show rooms worldwide. Nowadays he also follows fashion companies such as Anteprima, Gerani, Valextra and Iceberg jeans. He doesn’t leave out private building projects, facing apartments in Italy and also working abroad. Among his clients, for industrial design production, are Arteluce, Artemide, Barovier e Toso, Bticino, Cappellini, Casamilano, Dornbracht, Driade, Fiam Italia, Flos, Flou, Fontanaarte, Foscarini, Jab, Minotti, Molteni, Moroso, Rb Rossana, Sambonet, Serralunga, Tisettanta and Venini.