Luigi Bardini founded the Italian brand Miniforms during the ‘70s near Venice. It developed from the furniture manufacturer Inveta (Industria Veneta Tavolinetti). Thanks to the expansion of its catalogue, Miniforms went deep into international market at the end of the ‘80s: it started producing chairs, tables and bookcases besides little furnishing complements. In 2009, the Bardini heirs, Alessandro, Matteo and Mario, run the company in place of their father. Soon after, they start investing in young talented Italian designers and in advanced production, without losing their simple style characterized by essential colours and clean lines. Environmental respect is one of Miniforms’s priorities: Miniforms uses only authentic and ecodesigned materials, ranging from solid wood to sheet steel, from glass to aluminium.