Hug is the result of a wooden frame meeting the softly-shaped upholstery.
Architects Endramukti Design / Partner Giorgetti Atelier Jakarta
Partner Beijing Classic Living
Architects Carlo Nuvolari e Dan Lenard
The iconic Hug armchairs, the Ibla chairs and the Ling coffee tables highlight MCY 76 wide interior spaces, enhanced by extraordinary natural light, and unprecedented custom layout configurations for boats. At 23.06 mt, "the new MCY 76 is the natural seamless evolution of the very first yacht we designed with Monte Carlo Yachts over a decade ago," say Carlo Nuvolari and Dan Lenard. “We have worked on many projects since then, and each of them is recognizably an MCY while having its own distinct personality and allure. Going back to the MCY 76 has been like coming home, in a way, and finding it more beautiful than ever before.
Partner Giorgetti Atelier pt. Prodotti Indonesia / Interiors Jie Design
A 1,100 square metres Penthouse situated at the 88th floor of a building in the Indonesian capital: the result of over two years of work.
The colour scheme is neutral for a quiet, elegant, casual and timeless luxury ambience. They created four bedrooms, formal and informal living rooms, formal and informal dining rooms, a kitchen, gym, library, service area and private swimming pool.
(Photography Merwin Adenan, Lindung Soemarhadi)
Interior Design Pascale Julian/Architecture Michael Stelea
With an extension of over 1,100 square meters, Villa La Cupola is one of the suites of The Westin Excelsior Rome.
Marbles, frescoes and mosaics remind the atmospheres of Roman palaces and villas of the Renaissance: classic and contemporary meet.
The suite houses a master bedroom, Carrara marble bathrooms, an elegant living area, an office and a prestigious dining room served by a private kitchen on the first floor.
Upstairs, there are a private gym, a sauna, a Turkish bath and a magnificent hydro-massage pool, in addition to the beautiful panoramic terrace.
(Photography The Westin Excelsior Rome)
Architecture Pelli Clarke Pelli / Interiors Champalimaud Design studio
The Centrale is a 71-story condominium tower located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan at 138 East 50th Street owned by Ceruzzi Properties. The partnership with Giorgetti is showcased in a two-bedroom model residence, the new headquarters of Giorgetti USA. It features Giorgetti furniture and artworks curated from our partner Cortesi Gallery.
Giorgetti provides a bespoke interior design service, signed by the Andre Kikoski Architect studio, for The Centrale apartments buyers.
The collaboration between Giorgetti and The Centrale joins a partnership with New York City department store Saks Fifth Avenue and a luxurious suite of amenity spaces.
Exclusive Sales and Marketing are handled by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, a division of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, with immediate occupancy. (Photography Rich Caplan)
Partner Casa Houston / Interiors Mirador Group
8,588 sf residential project set upon nearly an acre in Hunters Creek Village. At the entrance, a large hallway connects all the rooms of the ground floor. The house includes a dream kitchen featuring double marble islands, a service kitchen and a wine vault. The space is completed by the Dora stools in the kitchen and the Tilt armchairs in the formal living room. The loggia with outdoor kitchen is enriched by the Giorgetti Open Air collection. In addition to the family dining room, a formal one with dual-sided fireplace opens to the family living room characterised by a ceiling inspired by an ancient cathedral in Prague. The three spaces are entirely furnished with Giorgetti furniture. The master suite characterised by the iconic Move armchair features a private courtyard with fireplace and Giorgetti outdoor pieces, a large closet and a luxurious ensuite bath. The project ends with the elegant Giorgetti home office. (Photography Divya Pande)
Partner Giorgetti Atelier Atwerp / Interiors Vlassak Verhulst
300 square meters Exclusive private residence in Antwerp surroundings.
The project is the result of a collaboration between Giorgetti Atelier Antwerp and Vlassak-Verhulst, a studio with fifty years of experience in top-quality villas, for the interior design of the living and dining room, where the Giorgetti collection is featured.
Sophisticated choices create a balance between excellent materials and design. The use of walnut, marble, bronze and leather, in perfect harmony with the space and the art works, bring peace, serenity and elegance to an extremely unique and timeless experience.
(Photography Valerie Clarysse)
Interiors Y DESIGN INTERIOR
This villa in the new suburb of Mohammed bin Rashid City's District One was designed to be timeless and contemporary at the same time. The designer Yasmin Farahmandy’s approach was to maintain the simple lines of modern architecture and add richness by using special materials, such as the marble flooring, and surprising combinations, making the indoors softer and welcoming.
The five-bedroom property, reaching a built-up area of 7,632 sq ft, features a double-height front door that opens into a centre-piece hallway. The villa is flooded with natural light, emphasised by the highly reflective materials such as the laminated inside glass which is used as partition screen to the living room.
The whole house is furnished by Giorgetti. At the entrance, the iconic Hug armchairs combined with the Aton and Ling small tables. In the first living room, two other Hug armchairs define the space together with the Drive sofa and the Ago small tables.
The spaces follow one another leading to the second living room where the Ago collection, complete with sofas and small tables, is the protagonist together with the Aura armchairs. Here, the walls are cladded with wood and bronze mirrors creating reflective games in the space.
The protagonist of the dining area is the Fang table together with the Elisa armchairs, while Eon Buffet completes the space. Beyond the dining room, there are two other Giorgetti icons: the Progetti armchairs together with the Ling tables.
Giorgetti starts a new collaboration the iconic Swiss watchmaking brand Audemars Piguet with the interior design project of the AP House in Barcelona.
Located on the first floor of number 37 of the elegant Passeig de Gràcia, one of the most important "avingudes" of Barcelona, not far from the world-famous Casa Batlló by Antoni Gaudì, the boutique is over a thousand square meters big.
Giorgetti's experience is revealed in every room of the AP House. Once past the imposing entrance, visitors are welcomed into the lounge defined by the geometric shapes of the Tamino sofas and the sinuous lines of the Pamina armchairs, in the soft tones of canaletto walnut and white. The iconic 90° Minuto table football and the richness of the materials of the Fit small tables stand out in the space. The setting is completed by the Blend small tables and the Chisel rugs from the Giorgetti Atmosphere collection.
It goes on with the lounge bar: the iconic Hug armchairs, symbol of high cabinet-making, are placed side by side with the Corallo small tables. The spaces follow one another up to the area dedicated to the watches choice, where two counters are combined with the refined Tiche chairs and Aura small armchairs, which reveal Giorgetti's expertise in woodworking.
To the left of the entrance, a second area of the AP House opens up with a living, complete with TV wall, where the Adam sofa is the protagonist together with the historic Mobius armchairs and the precious Galet small tables; the setting is completed by the geometric games of the Kaleido rug and embellished by an impressive wines collection from the AP House. In a continuity of spaces, the living room flows into the second lounge bar featuring the Bigwig table, in the impressive version with Zebrino marble inserts with continuous veins, combined with the Aura armchairs.
The journey through the AP House ends with a second lounge defined by the enveloping Tilt armchairs, together with the Blend marble small table and the elegant Moonshadow carpet.
Interiors MICHELE MANTOVANI STUDIO
Elegant private villa in Shanghai. To balance work and private life in the same environment, modern times and Eastern traditions.
The spaces of this large house have been designed with balance, choosing every element one by one, so that everything is in its place. The living room features the Drive sofa, the Denny armchairs, the Round coffee tables and the Nea bookcase, and is completed by the Atmosphere collection with the Leaf chandelier.
The piano room is elegantly furnished with the iconic Hug armchairs, Blend coffee tables and Ibla chairs; everything is enhanced by Oliva vases. The villa is surrounded by a large tropical garden.
Interiors Architect Dmitry Kulish, STILE DI VITA
Modern private villa with an area of 950 square meters, in Moscow. Architect Dmitry Kulish worked out the concept of the bright interiors with spaces flowing into each other, characterised by a warm colour scheme, harmonious selection of materials and simplicity of lines. The key idea of the project is the interaction of the interior with nature.
In addition to natural materials such as travertine, American walnut and teak, the project includes elements such as a double-sided fireplace separating the living and spa areas and a vertical garden with tropical plants in the pool area. Panoramic windows make it possible to visually incorporate the surrounding designed landscape from the house.
Many Giorgetti pieces have been included to the project. The living room features an open space and high ceilings and is defined by the Drive sofas and the iconic Hug armchairs, together with the Aton and Amiral small tables. The dining room is characterised by the Tiche chairs, while the Alexa chairs furnish the kitchen with elegance. The Apsara system and Gea beach loungers are the protagonists of the fitness area. The master bedroom is defined by the Pegaso bed and the villa includes a walk-in closet entirely designed with the Reiwa system.
(Photography: Massimo Listri)