The Chelsea chair summarises the essence of contemporary design and the memory of tradition.
Chelsea is a series of chairs in varied styles, particularly well-suited to dining rooms where the pleasure of good food is accompanied by the pleasure of cultured, cosmopolitan conversation.
The geometric lines of the Mosaico rug define the spaces, enclosing them in coloured sections marked by sophisticated contrasting shades.
A wool, silk and cashmere blanket made with a particular bouclè weave, which gives it a wavy and elaborate appearance.
Designed in 1953, the D.153.1 armchair is part of the furniture of Gio Ponti’s private house in via Dezza in Milan.
Marked by hand-painted white drawer fronts with applied handles in various wood kinds (elm, Italian walnut, mahogany and rosewood).
Rodolfo Dordoni has designed a new collection of contemporary armchairs, with new and enveloping shapes.
Paul is a set of elegantly proportioned sofas with reassuring lines, elements that emphasize Vincent Van Duysen’s expressive rationality.
Miss chair, designed by Afra and Tobia Scarpa in 1986. The form is linked to a system of soft, unbroken, linear rhythms.
MHC.2 is a re-edition of the bookcase prototype designed in 1959 by Yasuhiko Itoh.
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.
Marteen coffee table
With the Marteen coffee table, primary and absolute geometry becomes the focus of the design.
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.