Miniforms support a design culture that studies functionality, aesthetics and sustainable development. All this is part of the innovation that goes into developing our products and improving our lifestyles.

Preserving the local culture

Our manufacturing processes are carefully studied and upgraded on an on-going basis. It all starts amidst the landscapes where we developed, the Venetian lagoon, extending then into the rest of Italy.

We cannot ignore the importance of living in these areas, which is why we want to preserve them using internationally inspired business models enhanced by the local culture.



Our wood is provided from FSC sources. We use wood that comes from areas of reforestation: in central Europe in the case of ash and oak, and in the Americas for walnut. We also adopted MDF panels formaldehyde-free, in compliance with CARB 12 regolation.


We use a marble called Palladio, an agglomerate that is obtained by working local excavations residues, starting up a circular process to eliminate the wastefulness and limit the damage to our mountains.


In 2020 we only use plastic if it is recyclable. The polypropylene that we inject into our moulds is on its first use cycle, and can be used several times over.


We use painting methods that reduce solvent emissions, as we installed active carbon filters.


We prefer to work with partners in the textile industry who apply the ethics of re-use. Two fabrics in particular in our collection are produced from reprocessed waste, through for example, the recycling of classic plastic bottles. They are produced using fibres derived from disposed waste, which instead of going to landfill, is then reprocessed, spun and dyed.


LINV researchers, along with the University of Florence, have developed an air purification system which converts polluting agents into nourishment for plants and then project purified air into the surrounding environment through their roots. A plant equipped with this system, multiplies its performance up to a hundred times. ITAIR can be installed in all our cupboards.


We use recycled paper for our packaging boxes with less than 1% foam materials used.