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minotticucine and Taxila Stone to Bring Stand Alone Showroom to Dallas

International Italian luxury brand minotticucine is coming to the Dallas Design District, opening their first kitchen design showroom in Texas.

A launch event is planned for Oct. 13 and will include a 5 p.m. ribbon cutting ceremony. It will be hosted by Michael Bauer, vice president of design for the Dallas Market Center.

Monica Venturini, minotticucine’s CEO, shared, “We are very excited for the opening of such an important space in the heart of the Dallas Design District. It is our first step into the Texas market, and we are confident that the combination of our two kitchen brands will surpass clients' and designers' expectations.”

The launch event will feature minotticucine and MAISTRI’s luxury kitchen designs and offer an appearance by minotticucine’s chief designer/art director, Alberto Minotti.

“minotticucine and MAISTRI offer a unique minimal style and highly personalized experience that cannot be replicated, generating international acclaim and demand,” said Venturini.

“The Dallas flagship has been specifically designed to exhibit the essence and identity of the minotticucine and MAISTRI brands as an authentic expression of luxury kitchen design, showcasing the exquisite artistry and high-quality craftsmanship we are known for.”

The opening of minotticucine’s Texas flagship showroom is a partnership with Dallas-Fort Worth’s wholesaler and stone & surface distributor, Taxila Stone. It is the only stand-alone location for minotticucine in North America and will be accepting requests from across the nation and the globe. 

“Taxila Stone is honored to collaborate with Monica Venturini and Alberto Minotti to bring their groundbreaking kitchen designs to the DFW metroplex. Our passion has always been to inspire and assist our clients on their journey of discovery” shared Hari Polavarapu, Taxila Stone CEO.

“Whether you are designing luxury kitchens or sourcing natural stone, Taxila is your one-stop-shop for materials you won’t find anywhere else. 

Josh Caballero, Taxila Stone, shared “We are absolutely thrilled to be opening a minotticucine here in the DFW metroplex. You really have to visit our new showroom to understand, but it is like having a museum-worthy sculpture in the form of a kitchen.”

The 6,000 square foot minotticucine Kitchen Showroom is located at 1436 Slocum Street, Dallas, Texas 75207 in the Dallas Design District and is open to the public Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., and closed Sunday.



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