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Paola Lenti

Paola Lenti

Founded in 1994 in Meda, in the Lombard district dedicated to design furniture, Paola Lenti is a company whose precise objective is to create not just simple furnishing objects, but real domestic landscapes, essential, balanced, between experimentation and research, tradition and technology. Over the years the brand has established itself on the international scene thanks to its timeless solutions, destined to last over the years, with ergonomic and comfortable indoor furnishing elements and a wide range of outdoor furniture.

Paola Lenti

Past and present, exterior and interior, tradition and technology: Paola Lenti’s products are based on a constant balance between these opposites that attract with simplicity, projects where the quality of the material and the simplicity of the shape are important, but where the study of chromatic and aesthetic choices that creates unique products is not neglected. Refined carpets with hi-tech yarns, resistant and durable wood and metal structures, comfortable solutions for interiors and new solutions for exteriors.

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Molteni & C

Molteni & C

Molteni & C is one of the most important Italian brands in the sector of design furniture. It is a company which production brings together the passion for beauty, the endless pursuit of quality (be it technical, functional, and of the materials to be used) and of the diffusion of the made in Italy in the world, to the extent it was awarded the Compasso D’Oro for its career in 1994.

Molteni & C

A company that has played a role in the history of the Italian design; born in 1934 as a furniture workshop in a period of transition from the “tailor-made” to the mass production and in which the artisans, or as they were called “the artists of wood”, were transforming in real entrepreneurs.

Mass production but always accompanied by a quest for quality, achieved through the collaboration with illustrious personalities of the design of that time; Angelo Mangiarotti, Tito Agnoli, Luca Meda, Afra and Tobia Scarpa, Aldo Rossi, to mention some of them. From that moment on, Molteni became a solid industrial group that today encompasses 4 different brands to offer a top-level production in diverse furnishing sectors.

Molteni & C

Apart from the Molteni & C SpA (house furniture) brand, there is Unifor SpA (office furniture), Dada SpA (kitchen furnishing), Citterio SpA (divider walls and office furniture). The Molteni Group in its composition can boast a distribution network of more than 700 retails spread in over 80 countries of the world; it is one of the few furniture brands able to grant a production made in Italy for 100%, along the full productive chain, from the sourcing of the materials till the final product.

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Zanotta

Zanotta

Established in 1954, Zanotta is an Italian design brand that embodies both the past and present of great international design. In the span of more than 60 years, Zanotta has churned out a staggering total of 550 designs, with almost a fifth residing in permanent collections at the most prestigious museums and institutions around the world, represented by 330 individual pieces.

Zanotta

Although many of Zanotta’s award-winning pieces are classed as icons, they are not designed for museums; they are designed for active enjoyment in everyday life. Their sofas, chairs, tables, and accessories effortlessly introduce beauty, whimsy and contemporary luxury to interiors.

Zanotta

Zanotta simultaneously represents both the past and the present of international design. The brand expresses a vision of the world, a philosophy that has always strived to go beyond the present in order to identify languages and products able to speak ‘forever.’

In its catalogue Zanotta has many lifelong bestsellers. This is evidence that if you work well, the past is never a burden, but an opportunity.

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Giorgetti

Giorgetti

Giorgetti is one of the oldest, most respected Italian Furniture Brands. Giorgetti started its activities more than 1 100 years ago in Brianza, an area synonymous with Italian Design. Giorgetti’s passion for detail, quality in terms of technology and materials, but also the quality of the design that makes this company and its designs one of a kind. 

Giorgetti

The entire production process is entirely made in Italy by highly qualified personnel Giorgetti products are functional and made of long-lasting quality materials and are made with eco-friendly efficient technologies. The Made in Italy artisan production surpasses the logic of the standard product and guarantees a high level of product customization.

The Giorgetti collection is filled with Iconic Designs that lasted the test of time and stand proudly in our Furniture store. Throughout the years Giorgetti has had collaborations with designers such as Roberto Lazzeroni, Chi Wing Lo, Carlo Colombo, Rossella Pugliatti and many more which has led to the creation of iconic pieces such as the Hug and Progetti armchairs among others.

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2022 Wallpaper* Design Awards

2022 Wallpaper* Design Awards

Lemni armchair continues to amaze and conquer the public thanks to its pure and defined aesthetics, and wins the 2022 Wallpaper* Design Awards, for the Best line work category.
Somewhat furniture, somewhat sculpture, intimate and chic observatory on the world, the “suspended seat” by Marco Lavit is designed by an elegant lemniscate curve and is characterized by a silhouette whose stylistic code is defined by the search for essentiality.

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GIORGETTI WINS WALLPAPER DESIGN AWARDS 2022

Giorgetti wins the Wallpaper Design Awards in the ‘Best Quiet Space’ category with the Shirley mirror designed by Carlo Colombo.

In its February issue, the international magazine Wallpaper* celebrates the best of last year’s design by honouring the projects that stood out for their for their ability to creatively respond to changes in society, offering a new point of view.

Characterised by a leather frame that gently folds and unfolds like a ribbon, defining the perimeter design, the Shirleymirror interprets one of the fundamentals of design: form is at the service of function and vice versa.

Its soft, sinuous lines were chosen because they fit naturally into the space, creating a cosy, intimate atmosphere and interpreting a vision of the home as a personal refuge, a concept that has increasingly permeated the domestic environment in recent years.

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Molteni & C Milan Design Week 2021

Molteni&C is participating in supersalone, the special event of 2021 at Salone del Mobile.Milano, with an installation designed by Ron Gilad. Innovation, creativity, cultural exchange, digital experiences. The supersalone becomes a promotor of design imagery as a place for meeting and new opportunities to reflect on the world of design and meet its new luminaries.

The Round D.154.5 armchair, designed by Gio Ponti in 1954 and reissued by
Molteni&C in collaboration with the Gio Ponti Archives, is the absolute star of the ‘Flight D.154.5’ installation. The name of this small armchair derives from the rounded shape of the seat and back, with very modern, even ‘spatial’ lines.

An entirely new product designed for industry that speaks to assembly and ease of production.

The installation directed by Ron Gilad is translated into the interior of an aeroplane, with animated windows that look out onto a sky where reality meets fantasy and the Molteni&C collections are the key players. The Round armchairs, in leather and fabric, are arranged in a line at the windows to host passengers on their trip.

On the occasion of Milan Design Week 2021, our Flagship Store in Corso Europa 2, Milan, presents the new Collection. The space is renovated, elegant and welcome its guests in sophisticated settings in dialogue with architecture.

On the occasion of Milan Design Week 2021, our Flagship Store in Corso Europa 2, Milan, presents the new Collection. The space is renovated, elegant and welcome its guests in sophisticated settings in dialogue with architecture.

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Living Divani @ Supersalone 2021

On the occasion of Supersalone 2021, the new format that revives the charm of the Salone del Mobile in Milan experiencing new display approaches and proposing new interpretations, an installation by Piero Lissoni pays homage to the silent elegance of the brand, capable of combining geometric synthesis and daily comfort.

Exhibited on a platform, Sumo lenticular sofa designed by Piero Lissoni in 2020, featuring an audacious silhouette, sculpted in an accommodating and sinuous pose, celebrates the pure creativity of the brand, capable of shaping a collective imaginary.

A second scene is dedicated to the entire Sumo family, which in 2021 extends its inspiration, presenting a new sofa and armchair, featuring a straight base and a reclining backrest, together with low tables and benches: a skilful mix of refined fabrics, delicate leathers, charming woods and marbles, in a world of tactile suggestions where tailoring is the real protagonist.

The setting is completed with the Sailor bookshelf by David Lopez Quincoces, for a versatile interior, ideal for daily life necessities as well as working scenarios, in the idea that various situations and people could follow each other over time, finding a new way to interact with the furnishings, both dynamic and versatile.

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Living Divani @ Milano Design City 2021

Living Divani Gallery renews its look for the launch of the 2021 Indoor Collection within a neutral space, lit up by the soft mood lights of large and refined suspended dome lamps, made of rice paper. All Living Divani codes are reinterpreted with essentiality in looks characterized by pure and soft shapes, a melody of objects that are proposed with slight variations and sophisticated moodboard, where woods, fabrics and leathers in classic neutral tones are enlivened by color accents through vivid glossy lacquering and unexpected marble surfaces. 

The new Living Divani image is a sequence of scenes where to rediscover the pleasure of dialogue and sharing: a continuous and open space, which invites to let go of the superfluous and focus on the essence of things, on the re-discovered balance and harmony.

 Protagonist of the scene the Sumo collection, signed by Piero Lissoni, completes the proposal combining the sofa and dormeuse variant, launched in 2020 and characterized by a lenticular basis, with new sofas and elements such as benches, low tables and armchair, in a fluid unicum that also includes the new Moon coffee tables by Mist-o and the Lemni armchair by Marco Lavit.

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Fuorisalone 2021: Giorgetti opens its Milanese spaces to the public

From 4 to 19 September, the spaces in the city recount Giorgetti lifestyle, presenting the new collections and iconic designs that come to life in the elegant settings of the Atelier in Via Serbelloni and the Store in Via Durini.

With a new look, the Atelier hosts the new collections in an evocative architectural and living dimension to send a message of positivity and restart for Italian design and the city of Milan. The 500-metre space is revealed behind the door of a flat that leads directly into a pleasant Milanese-international atmosphere.

The spaces, which follow one after the other, reveal Giorgetti’s ability to stage true complete environments: the kitchen with dining for the family, the living room, dining for guests with a second living room, the office and sleeping area with dressing room, and the outdoor area.

The second Milanese space is located in an elegant early 20th century building, a stone’s throw from the prestigious Palazzo Durini, and is the renovated Store, organised on two levels that perfectly express the philosophy of the Giorgetti spaces and lifestyle.

The Store’s spaces unfold in a perfect aesthetic balance that reveals a scenario rich in details, in which the furnishing elements create comfortable, soft and elegant atmospheres.

In both spaces, M2Atelier presents the Ensō table, made of wood and available with an elliptical or round top defined by walnut, mahogany, or leather inserts; with the Tie seats whose monolithic presence captures the attention for their details and for the seductive slit on the back that recalls some haute couture creations.

Another protagonist is certainly the new Vesper sofa designed by Roberto Lazzeroni.

It’s a concept, a system. It’s an organic sofa that moves in a certain way within the space, transforming it according to needs“, said the designer. Vesper is presented in combination with Elsa armchairs by M2Atelier.

Among the novelties 2021 present in the Atelier Giorgetti and Store, we find the Houdini cabinet by Roberto Lazzeroni, Shirley bench and mirror by Carlo Colombo, Uyuni mirror and Clamp coffee tables by M2Atelier, Summa and Otto poufs by Giancarlo Bosio and Centro Ricerche Giorgetti. In addition, new proposals from the Atmosphere collection complete the different areas with carpets, chandeliers, vases, accessories and games.

The theme of outdoor life is increasingly important in the Giorgetti lifestyle and this year the company interprets it with a design by Carlo Colombo, whose great stylistic strength blurs the boundary between indoor and outdoor. Aldìa, in fact, is a complete system of furnishings that can be used both indoors and outdoors. Armchairs, modular sofas, poufs and coffee tables are designed to define the space with elegance and give the dream of a small paradise.