Colonia: 18.-24.01.2021

Giorgetti

The style of Giorgetti is characterised by its exclusivity and atypical uniqueness, with objects able to create a wide-ranging interior design, realised thanks to the 4.0 craftsmanship and that enable to define the space around the product, creating a harmonious and extraordinary totality. A balance that is generated from the passion whose goal is the construction of value and from the love for the excellence research, for the respect of its own history and the research of detail that makes the difference, something that makes a piece of furniture unique.

It is the technology at the disposal of the knowledge of the hands, the ability to combine the techne of the manufacturing competence with the creative look of the great culture. Giorgetti is specifically above all the history of an extraordinary human capital and the virtuosity of a wooden world that holds the nature tamed by the project, thanks to the capability of the hands and the efficiency of the most innovative technologies that enable to release more and more the creativity.

ADAM modular sofa

ADAM modular sofa

Design Carlo Colombo

A strong and simple graphic line defines the structure of the Adam seating range, while the covers in leather, fabric and saddle leather rest like leaves on the tubular components, softening their appearance. With harmonious contrasts reminiscent of the 1950s, Giorgetti presents Adam. The series of modular sofas, armchairs, chaises longues and poufs is available in three sizes and highlights the effect of the contrasts, including those between the materials chosen: the metal frame painted in natural bronze or black nickel reveals trinket compartments through the parts in leather and fabric. The fillings, including those of the cushions, which can be added as desired, are in goose down; the small integrated tables are available in canaletto walnut, saddle leather and gold Calacatta, Portoro, Zebrino and Velvet Brown marble. 

DISEGUAL table

DISEGUAL table

Designed by Umberto Asnago

The design concept is based on Tangram, where a series of differently shaped elements are taken apart, then re-assembled in a new combination. Symmetry gives way to an irregular but supremely elegant design, featuring a variety of angles, straight lines and almost imperceptible curves. The result is a range of Disegual tables designed by Umberto Asnago, constructed with an irregular design on a square or oval base. Made of ash wood, available in five colour finishes, the top features an elegant interplay of inlaid pieces. Choose from gold Calacatta, Portoro, Zebrino or Velvet Brown marble, Peltrox finish, and also walnut canaletto wood. The pedestal base is clad in leather.

CHARLOTTE cabinet

CHARLOTTE cabinet

Designed by Carlo Colombo

The graphic style typical of Art Deco architecture is re-worked in simple design in order to recapture its dynamic impact and bring the Charlotte range of cabinets, designed by Carlo Colombo, to life. Available as a tall cabinet, measuring 160 centimetres in height, or as a 69 centimetre version, and featuring a system of doors in elegant grooved wood with a bold decorative motif. The result of an architecturally-inspired design which drew inspiration from the cultural, constructive maelstrom that stimulated the development of New York skyscrapers in the 1930s. With the structure in walnut canaletto wood, each piece in this collection features sophisticated details. The metal feet are decorative as well as structural. Choose between surfaces in wood, gold Calacatta, Portoro or Zebrino marble which offer a new interpretation of the design. Numerous options for customising the interior, including drawers, shelves, mirrors, lighting and bar assembly, offer the potential to optimise the piece’s almost infinite functionality.

ALL AROUND armchair

ALL AROUND armchair

Designed by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba

A soft, smooth shape, reminiscent of a paradise island lapped by the sea. A place of refuge, to relax and take it easy, like your own nest, a primal experience. Achieving this extraordinary state is the ultimate aim of the All Around collection of fixed and rotating armchairs designed by Ludovica + Roberto Palomba. Available in two sizes, to meet the need for shared relaxation, and several fabric or leather finishes, the monocoque structure represents a new interpretation of space within space.  

FIT low table and bench

FIT low table and bench

Designed by Giancarlo Bosio and Centro Ricerche Giorgetti

An optical effect reminiscent of 1960s graphics defines the structure and aesthetic style of the Fit low table by Giancarlo Bosio and Centro Ricerche Giorgetti. The piece, with regular repeating walnut strips, reveals the master craftsmen’s expertise in creating this distinctive piece in the simple intersecting geometric elements. Square or rectangular, the table features inlaid details in gold Calacatta, Portoro, Zebrino or Velvet Brown marble, leather or metal. An integral seat on the rectangular version transforms the table into a bench.

APSARA outdoor modular seating

APSARA outdoor modular seating

design Ludovica + Roberto Palomba

The first collaboration between the Meda-based company and one of the design studios most appreciated for its exceptional ability to interpret the informal spirit of outdoor spaces, led to the highly flexible Apsara outdoor seating system: a design that can be re-arranged every day according to requirements, with wood as the main feature for a domestic, contemporary interpretation of the typical deck. A platform arranged as an oasis of tranquillity where outdoor living can be enjoyed according to the time of day, one's schedule and one's guests. The base is available in two sizes: classic and extra-large, for those who prefer more generous, comfortable proportions. With a carob coloured aluminium frame with sections in afrormosia wood, the system leaves space for comfortable back cushions with completely water-proof covers, which, combined with those of the chair, become structural elements that are still movable and removable to allow maximum flexibility throughout the day. A collection of textiles with especially refined colours and textures, less common in outdoor furniture, further enhances the infinite possibilities for customising this seating system. As if designed as accessories, small, round, square and rectangular tables complete the scene and provide useful surfaces.

Position:
Hall 11.1, Stand D011/C010
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