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Giorgetti celebrates its 120th year: to mark this important anniversary, it has designed a new logo to represent the uniqueness of Made in Italy craftsmanship, using the clean aesthetic of the company's collections. The new logo was designed to reflect the intersection of circular forms and tangents that has inspired the soft, strong lines of the design projects proposed by the company since 1898, when it was founded in Meda as a high quality cabinet-making workshop. The spirographical design pays tribute to one of Giorgetti's icons: the walking stick handle that characterises the arm of its Progetti armchair. The design, presented in a harmonious rotation, represents the manufacturing process Giorgetti has used for thirty years to obtain the contours of the shape that has made the collection of chairs famous and instantly recognisable. The decision to select this design was also inspired by another factor that creates the brand's innovative character: the machine used to produce the chairs was designed by the company itself. The fine line used to draw the logo reflects the modernity and precision Giorgetti uses to define each production stage of its collections. The filigree-like design is presented in a variety of colours, including gold and bronze, reminiscent of the precious and exclusive materials chosen for the company's products. For over a century, Giorgetti has presented exclusive product lines, able to furnish unique spaces with great character. The same spirit is apparent in the company's new image. The fresh design of the logo reflects the ease with which Giorgetti views its 120 years of history and launches itself into the future, effortlessly managing to interlace artisanal tradition and stylistic innovation


Presenting a sophisticated lifestyle experience, Giorgetti played a leading role at IMM 2018 in Cologne. Protagonists of this event are the cutting-edge modular Adam sofa by Carlo Colombo, the Apsara outdoor system which now includes an incredible adjustable sunshade, Progetti Fashion armchairs and the GK.02 kitchen, a worldwide preview of the architectural system launched by the Company in 2016 with GK.01. A focus also on an innovative grey Canaletto Walnut finish and on the marble in its most elegant and precious varieties, which are now offered on various designs. Extensive research into materials has always demonstrated the brand's ability to create versatile collections that can be adapted to many areas of contemporary interior design, from residential to contract.


Giorgetti’s close collaboration with Monte Carlo Yachts continues. Taking place from 20 to 28 January 2018, Boot Düsseldorf, the world’s largest International Boat Show, is held in the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Giorgetti furnished the luxury yacht manufacturer’s more than 200 square metre lounge at the event. Pieces included the Open-air collection’s Apsara modular system and Gea tables and chairs, available for visitors to socialise in a more inclusive outdoor area, and indoor furniture, such as iconic Hug armchairs or Tilt chairs, together with nautical-inspired designs and the latest Adam sofa, presented the previous week at the IMM furnishings trade fair in Cologne. Giorgetti’s ability to create a unique ambience, the result of exclusive collections which design the area around the product, is perfectly suited to this context. Designing custom-made spaces is essential to confer character and a strong design footprint to the ambience.


Restaurant 181, in the Olympic Tower, Munich, Bavaria, is located 181 metres above the city, hence the name of this revolving restaurant. Here, you can enjoy a magnificent 360-degree view of the city, whilst experiencing a new dimension in exquisite gourmet cuisine. The restaurant has recently been refurbished. Giorgetti, in partnership with Do&Co, created a refined ambience with the simple, elegant lines of the Alina small armchairs, designed by Antonello Mosca. The square style follows the shape of the seat in a continuous line that echoes the frame’s perimeter. The solid canaletto walnut base supports a soft, comfortable leather seat cushion, in line with the company’s traditional meticulous manufacturing techniques.


Recently updated, both in terms of technology and graphics, the Giorgetti website is now available in a further language. From today, the website includes German, alongside the previously available Italian and English. In addition to the fact that the site can be viewed on any navigation platform, Giorgetti.eu is now accessible to an increasing number of people. Germany is a historically important market for Giorgetti. Its presence includes a branch dating from the seventies plus a prestigious store in the city of Cologne, and this latest development represents important opportunities for growth and expansion.


A collection designed to inspire and add style to your project. Giorgetti has created six moodboards especially for the world of interiors, blending colour palettes and textures to create the right atmosphere in each ambience. Further options: Immerse yourself in Deep Blue, a lovely intense blue that blends in perfectly and is acceptable to everyone, allowing the possibility of unlimited use. Elegant and ever more sophisticated in shades of anthracite, platinum and stone, grey leads the way in our softer Smoky Grey. Combined with a colour, it is brought to life and blends effortlessly with complementary shades, thereby enabling it to be combined with brightly coloured fabrics and furnishings in a harmonious but not overwhelming colour palette.

January, 2018

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The MUDEC Museum of Cultures, Milan celebrates Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) with a major, new retrospective. Over 100 artworks by the Mexican artist will be exhibited purely from the perspective of her genius, uninfluenced by her fascinating life and personal history. After 15 years, an opportunity to finally see in a single exhibition all her works from the Museo Dolores Olmedo, Mexico City and the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection, the two most important and extensive Frida Kahlo collections in the world.
Until 3 June 2018

Info mudec.it

Frida Kahlo, Self-portrait with Monkey, 1938 Oil on Masonite 40.64 x 30.48 cm
Albright-Knox Art Gallery Collection; Bequest of A. Conger Goodyear, 1966 (1966:9.10)
© Photo Tom Loonan
© Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. by SIAE 2018



Palazzo Reale, Milan hosts the exhibition Italiana: Narrating Italian history through fashion, celebrating thirty years of Italian fashion from 1971 to 2001.
A selection of clothing, contemporary art, fashion accessories and designer pieces, together with photographs and magazines, which highlight the emerging success of Italian fashion in a crucial era of Made in Italy excellence. This period of exchange between exponents of a generation of Italian artists, architects, designers and intellectuals launched the international culture ethos.
Until 6 May 2018

Info palazzorealemilano.it

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