Wool and linen, materials from the most sophisticated tradition of carpet manufacturing, mixed in a new way for a new soft and bright feel.
Following the success of Gliss Master, Vincent Van Duysen has designed Master Dressing, a walk-in wardrobe system that completes the wide range of nightime systems offered by Molteni&C.
Ribbon is a fabulously soft textile bed with a young, modern design, using natural materials.
MHC.2 is a re-edition of the bookcase prototype designed in 1959 by Yasuhiko Itoh.
A new coordinated furnishing proposal for the Pass-Word, searching for maximum balance between formal rigour, high technological impact and maximum attention to detail.
Designed in 1956-1957, the bookcase is part of the furniture of Gio Ponti’s private house in Via Dezza in Milan.
The D.859.1 table, designed primarily as a meeting table for up to ten people, stands out not only for its impressive size—over 3,60 meters long—but especially for its simple yet refined design.
The Chelsea chair summarises the essence of contemporary design and the memory of tradition.
Jean Nouvel has designed a brilliant wall structure resolved in a single shelf anchored to the wall or to the ceiling.
The armchair, on the other hand, was designed for one of the projects closest to Gio Ponti’s heart, the villa of the Planchart collectors in Caracas (1953-57).
More than 70 years after its original design, the D.847.1 console table is reborn thanks to the Heritage Collection reissue project by Molteni&C, in collaboration with the Gio Ponti Archives.
Designed for a contemporary and convivial setting, Walter has its roots in the craftsmanship tradition typical of Scandinavian countries.
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.
Canadians George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, all-round players in the world of architecture, design and graphics since 1980, have just designed Surf, a modular sofa system, for Molteni&C.
With Horizons, a cupboard for the daytime area, Dante Bonuccelli proposes a different way of storing, and at the same time displaying much-loved objects.