A series of comfortable chairs suitable for all sorts of settings. The design is based on a built-in padded seat, open or complete with armrests, the rigid polyurethane frame of which can be upholstered in fabric, leather, or alternatively the two materials that highlight the wrap-around shape of the chair.
Designed by Gio Ponti and produced for Altamira, an American company founded by the nephew of the Spaniard De Cuevas, was displayed in the company’s showroom in New York.
Vincent Van Duysen has designed Louisa, a set of round and oval coffee tables in which the presence of both wood and cement conveys an innovative tactile and aesthetic effect.
Designed in 1956-1957, the bookcase is part of the furniture of Gio Ponti’s private house in Via Dezza in Milan.
Fulham Road, in the heart of the City of London, gives its name to the bed that the Milanese designer has created for a comfortable and regenerating night’s sleep.
Panna Cotta, at once delicate and heavy, the paradox lies in the use of materials such as marble and iron to achieve a fragile stability.
A range of tables with folded legs like a delicate origami, available both in rectangular and square shapes.
Marked by hand-painted white drawer fronts with applied handles in various wood kinds (elm, Italian walnut, mahogany and rosewood).
MHC.1 is a new edition of the prototype of the first modern piece of furniture made by Molteni&C, the chest of drawers designed by Werner Blaser.
The ‘Corba’ rug stands out for its extremely original pattern, dictated by a figurative design that animates the project by playing harmoniously with lines featuring a strong geometric expressivene
From Gio Ponti’s house, located in via Dezza in Milan, the small table D.555.1, designed in 1954-1955, is produced by Molteni&C based on the original drawings from the ponti archives.
A wool, silk and cashmere blanket made with a particular bouclè weave, which gives it a wavy and elaborate appearance.
The new Collection represents the heart of contemporary living needs, where domestic spaces are versatile, multifunctional, and can be adapted and modelled according to use.