On the occasion of the 2023 design week, the new Giorgetti Spiga – The Place space unveils the proposals designed by Dante O. Benini and Luca Gonzo, Carlo Colombo, Roberto Lazzeroni, Mauro Lipparini, m2atelier and Roberto Cambi

Distributed along the three floors of the building and punctuated by works by Oblong Contemporary Art Gallery and Brun Fine Art&Antiques Gallery, the new furnishings presented in the spaces of Giorgetti Spiga – The Place express the continuous research and experimentation of a brand with 125 years of history.

"Giorgetti has set itself precise objectives and pursues them with determination: to affirm its leadership through research, shapes, materials and processes synthesized into lifestyle products and projects", underlines Giovanni del Vecchio, ceo of the Giorgetti Group.

The research is in fact aimed at sustainability and circularity, through the conscious reuse of materials.

Examples are the new 2023 fabrics such as Cruise, with intense colors and soft textures, and Split, bouclé with small irregular ripples, both made made from recycled polyester from yarn scraps and leftovers.

On the ground floor, a boiserie with inserts in leather, created with Battaglia, a company specializing in the development of bespoke projects which has been part of the Giorgetti Group since 2018 .

The seats of the new Karphi modular sofa by Carlo Colombo define the living area together with the Kukei sideboard by Mauro Lipparini.

On the first, the snack station is made up of stools Skirt by m2telier.

On the opposite side, a meeting room with the new G-Code table by Dante O. Benini and Luca Gonzo, surrounded by the new Hero armchairs by Carlo Colombo.

On the second floor is the home office area, with the new executive bergère Calathea by Roberto Lazzeroni, the new Spark tables and the new Tie XL armchair by m2atelier, with the its slit on the back which is a reference to haute couture creations.

Al terzo piano si trova un’edizione speciale del tavolo Mizar di Roberto Lazzeroni con piano rotondo in Labradorite e basamento in fusione di bronzo dalla colorazione blu realizzata in soli 12 esemplari numerati. Lo accompagnano le nuove poltroncine Calathea di Roberto Lazzeroni.

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