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Molteni&C presents its new ideas for contemporary living, created by the most prestigious names in international design: Vincent Van Duysen, Jean Nouvel, Ron Gilad, Rodolfo Dordoni, Foster + Partners, Dante Bonuccelli, MDT (Molteni Design Team), plus exclusive Gio Ponti reissues, in partnership with the Gio Ponti Archives.

Molteni Heritage Collection

After the Gio Ponti collection, successfully re-produced since 2012, Molteni&C is re-examining its own history with an eye to the future. Great new classics, unique pieces that can step straight out of their museum showcases and into our contemporary homes.

design Gio Ponti

Designed by Gio Ponti and produced for Altamira, an American company founded by the nephew of the Spaniard De Cuevas, it was displayed in the company’s showroom in New York, along with furniture by Ico Parisi, Franco Albini, Carlo De Carli, Ignazio Gardella and others, chosen from among the most representative exhibitors at the 10th Milan Triennale.

“It was thought that architecture should be purely functional, with very little margin for decoration. But the Italian genius could not help but create architecture with a more human face, which we call the Latin touch”.

design Gio Ponti

Always passionate about nautical furnishings, Gio Ponti gained direct experience in four ocean liners and two cruise ships upgraded or built from scratch after the war, between 1949 and 1951: the Conte Grande, Africa, Oceania, Conte Biancamano, Andrea Doria and Giulio Cesare. Ponti designed this easy chair with slight variants for these ships.

Featuring an enveloping frame and comfortable armrests, it has solid wooden legs with brass shoes. Textile and leather upholstery from the Molteni&C collection.

Master Dressing
design Vincent Van Duysen

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.

Master Dressing perfectly complements the Gliss Master wardrobes thanks to the use of coordinated internal fittings and aesthetic finishes, thereby providing functional and impactful walk-in closets.

Gliss Master
design Vincent Van Duysen

The Gliss Master series of wardrobes, designed by Vincent van Duysen in 2016, extends its possibilities, offering a wardrobe with advanced features where the main focus is on the materials.

Innovative finishes for the frame (Raffia), the back panels (Fine Grain or Raffia) and the doors (Graffiato bronze or silica). Absolute novelty: an all-glass back panel that is inserted into a metal frame where a patented hinge enables it to open 180°.

design Vincent Van Duysen

A bed that perfectly expresses Vincent Van Duysen’s design philosophy, where essentiality and carefully chosen materials achieve a perfect synthesis. Delicate but clean lines for a harmonious aesthetic balance, the result of reducing anything superfluous.

Carefully studied details with delicate but clear lines transmit an impact of fascinating charm and evoke strong suggestions of a decisive, contemporary furnishing scheme; the seams delicately outline the proportions. Anton can be combined with a bench with identical frame finishings and matching upholstery.

design Rodolfo Dordoni

The Camden seating collection, which includes sofas with backrests of different heights and chaise longue features a simple design. The dimensions are suitable for public spaces and there is a wide range of finishes mid way between home and contract.

It features advanced technology: pressure die cast aluminium frames, foamed at differentiated heights and with hi-tech, aesthetically appealing textiles. The design pays close attention to the details, for example the thicknesses, and keeps the structures as simple as possible.

design Ron Gilad

The Teorema project is the solid part of void. It is the flip side of Grado°, the collection that explores the form of a void. It is the mould as design, the template transferred and shifted that becomes micro architecture, and exceeds all disciplinary boundaries.

design MDT

Sloane is a modular seating programme that can easily adapt to new furnishing solutions in line with contemporary living. It is a dynamic system in which the component parts offer an original interplay of soft volumes. By arranging seating and poufs, cosy corners can be created in which to chill out at will.

Between memory and experimentation

A system of lines, with a soft and flowing design, signs the rythm of Miss, the chair by Afra and Tobia Scarpa from 1986. Molteni&C focuses its attention once again on the masters of architecture and design with a re-make project of this object, that has its roots in the craft tradition, yet is still modern even after 30 years.

"Knowing how to build is a debt to technique. Knowing how to give a meaning to things I create is a debt to logic required by the forms." Tobia Scarpa


Design Vincent Van Duysen




Design Vincent Van Duysen

Asterias, a sculpture table
by Patricia Urquiola

Patricia Urquiola presents Asterias, a table featuring an innovative, sinuous central base made up of 6 petal-shaped elements in curved wood achieved by means of 3D printing.


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