Molteni&C, always at the forefront in the field of day and night systems, with Gliss Master is constantly evolving to offer end users new and prestigious design solutions for contemporary living.
Azul Bench expresses the value of craftsmanship that is evident in the processing of raw materials of the highest quality, dictated by seams performed with care and passion.
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.
The Marteen is a multifunctional seating and storage system introducing harmony with perfectly balanced volumes, in an alternation of solids and voids.
More than 60 years after the original idea, Round (D.154.5) was reborn thanks to the Heritage Collection reissue project by Molteni&C, in collaboration with the Gio Ponti Archives.
Touch Down Unit
Touch Down Unit, an innovative workstation designed by Studio Klass and originally thought for advanced work environments and produced by UniFor (company of the Molteni Group), has become part of t
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).
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.
Hector Night is a new project dedicated to the night area by Molteni&C. It originates from the Hector bookcase which features a strong modern and flexible expressive character.
MHC.2 is a re-edition of the bookcase prototype designed in 1959 by Yasuhiko Itoh.
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.
With his Hector project, Vincent Van Duysen makes his debut in the world of upright modular bookcases.
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.
Designed in 1953, the D.153.1 armchair is part of the furniture of Gio Ponti’s private house in via Dezza in Milan.