Ibla - Chairs and small armchairs - Giorgetti 1


A delicate design characterises the basic structure in solid ash wood of the Ibla collection of chairs and small armchairs.

Roberto Lazzeroni 2016
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A slight curve that completes the upper part of the backrest and arms is reminiscent of the centuries old tradition of building wooden chairs, in which studying the details could reveal the place and era in which the piece was built.
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Ibla - Chairs and small armchairs - Giorgetti 3
The seat and the backrest are in polyurethane foam and the removable covers can be in fabric and leather.
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Ibla is available in five finishes: natural (fin.96), anthracite grey (fin.93), biscuit (fin.2P), ash grey (fin.2R)


Giorgetti - 93 93
Giorgetti - 96 96
Giorgetti - 2P 2P
Giorgetti - 2R 2R

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A Giorgetti ambient can be immediately identified and defined as ‘the Giorgetti style’, unique and original, characterised at the source by its atypical uniqueness.

Partner Giorgetti Atelier Jakarta

Casa Domaine - Private Apartment

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.

Architects / Interiors Guido de Groot Studio


Giorgetti takes part to the Vanadis yacht project with two iconic products, Progetti and Ibla.
Officially launched last May, Vanadis is a 31 metres long boat by CCN (Cerri Cantieri Navali), which has been part of the Gavio Group since 2011 and is specialized in the construction of high-performance yachts.
This is the fourth model of the "Fuoriserie" collection - the customized line of the Carrara shipyard - characterized by a classical architectural harmony, but with cutting-edge technological standards, with attention to environmental sustainability and efficiency. Vanadis owes its name to a goddess of Nordic mythology. Both the interiors and the external design of Vanadis are by the Dutch studio Guido de Groot, while Ginton studio is responsible for the naval architecture and Siemens brought its technological content from the high standards.
On the lower deck of the yacht there is the master cabin and two guest cabins, while in the covered area of the main deck, behind the wheelhouse, there is a large living room with an L-shaped sofa and the Progetti armchairs, the dining area and the open plan kitchen. The Ibla chairs have been chosen for the night area, in the master cabin and in the guest cabins. Two further conversation areas are located outside, at the bow and stern of the main deck, while a second pilot station is located on the flybridge, entirely dedicated to life in the open air with sun loungers, a bar area and a dining area.


Shanghai Villa

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.

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