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Leading company specialized in the production of high-end home furnishings and large productions (residential community and public buildings). Founded as a company manufacturing systems, it now produces a complete offer for the home, distributed through a network of single-brand Molteni&C Dada shops and corners at multi-brand shops.

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Surf
Surf

Molteni&C Designer: Yabu Pushelberg Canadians George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, all-round players in the world of architecture, design and graphics since 1980, have just designed beside Surf a modular seating system, also an elegant little “dumb waiter” table,

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Domino
Domino

Molteni&C Designer: Nicola Gallizia A system of padded pouf and linear shelves make up a galaxy of satellites for the conversation area and bedroom areas. Designed by Nicola Gallizia to be inserted into each other, these pouf and small tables allow multiple compositions. Available in leather or fabric, with chrome metal or lacquered structures and tops of glass, marble, gres, lacquered or various types of wood.

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Domino Next
Domino Next

Molteni&C Designer: Nicola Gallizia In his search for stylized forms and characterful materials, Nicola Gallizia develops a series of versatile and complementary units that can fit into each other or be set side by side, such as small oval tables, benches and poufs. They are made using and alternating steel, wood, stone, textiles and leather. Color, matter and form are the inspiration and the synthesis of the collection. Wallpaper* Design Award 2017 | Best colada parlour

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D.555.1
D.555.1

Molteni&C Designer: Gio Ponti 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. It completes the Gio Ponti Collection which was a furnishing range designed by the architect between 1935 and 1950s. Metal hand painted structure and glass top.

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Hugo
Hugo

Molteni&C Designer: Vincent Van Duysen Hugo is a complement, a collection of versatile and contemporary accessories, but with firm roots in tradition. It is distinguished by severe proportions and classic quotations, by the tactile value of wood. But such memories are ruffled by a contemporary breeze that brings an air of simplicity and the tension of “Less is more”.

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Jan
Jan

Molteni&C Designer: Vincent Van Duysen The structural elements of Jan, made of metal, with pewter or copper finishes, bring lightness and sobriety to the volumes, while the eucalyptus or oak woods, the stones and the glass, used for the surfaces, elegantly re-design their proportions.

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Louisa
Louisa

Molteni&C Designer: Vincent Van Duysen Vincent Van Duysen has designed Louisa, a set of round and oval coffee tables in which the presence of both wood and cement conveys an innovative tactile and aesthetic effect.

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Marteen Coffee Table
Marteen Coffee Table

Molteni&C Designer: Vincent Van Duysen Equipped with a large surface area, the coffee tables play on the overlapping of tops and contrasts between the materials they are made of.

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Hubert
Hubert

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Panna Cotta
Panna Cotta

Molteni&C Designer: Panna Cotta Panna Cotta low table oval or round. At once delicate and heavy, the paradox lies in the use of materials such as marble and iron to achieve a fragile stability. A small table, it has a slight wave on top reminiscent of the typical Italian soft dessert, from which it takes its name.

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Alisee
Alisee

Molteni&C Designer: Matteo Nunziati Alisee confirms Matteo Nunziati’s expressive rationality.

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Attico
Attico

Molteni&C Designer: Nicola Gallizia Attico is a collection of coffee tables featuring a sophisticated simplicity of lines, available in a choice of top quality materials. Even when an object is defined, technology intervenes to guarantee its purpose as a useful instrument for building the shape of the environment and for suggesting a different way of approaching the home space.

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