In the new Flagship Store in Corso Europa, Molteni presents the new collection coordinated by Vincent Van Duysen

Luminous and textured woods, pleasant to the touch: from natural oak to eucalyptus, with visible veins accompanied by fabrics in light and neutral shades such as gray, beige and the camel and seats with rounded and enveloping shapes.

This is the identikit of the new collection Molteni&C  | Dada which speaks of a reassuring and welcoming home, but also of versatile environments which, thanks to the equipped walls, they can adapt to different functions, from work to relaxation.

Like Living Box, designed by Van Duysen, the rectangular container without doors enclosed by an iris and pewter frame and with the light interior, in Sunrise oak, illuminated by LEDs, which can be used in any room of the house.

The Blevio table, designed in 1931 by Ignazio Gardella with that simplicity and elegance that make it a timeless product, proposed in two versions: with the marble and wood cladding painted with metal powders that evoke the copper of the original version.

Van Duysen then signs the new sofa collection, Cleo, a welcoming shell that can be declined in a thousand versions, and seats: the Yoell armchair, with 'elegant structure in black ash, eucalyptus and Rìrovere Sunrise, which suggests a relaxing afternoon on a terrace in the Tropics, and the chair Janet, with or without armrest, in solid black ash, eucalyptus and sunrise oak.

While Rodolfo Dordoni signs the Sutton armchair: light, compact, enveloping and with slender legs.

For the FuoriSalone 2022 Molteni also proposes three new lines dedicated to the kitchen, from Intersection (in single material version) to a reinterpretation of the Tivalì kitchen, born in 2004 from the pencil of Dante Bonucelli first example of the concept 'Everithing in a small place', in two versions: that of Yabu Pulsheberg (with the backdrop covered in marble) and the '2.0' version of Bonucelli, lighter and more airy.

To complete the rich series of novelties by Molteni, there are also two new proposals for the sleeping area: the Adalgate bed, with soft and rounded shapes, and 7070, a real night system complete with bedside tables and chest of drawers with recessed pewter handles, both designed by Rodolfo Dordoni.