Elegance, clean lines and simplicity are the elements that characterize the authenticity of the Norah chair.
The continuous line connects the whole skeleton from the arm to the legs in a single shape, completed by the main body which combines the seat and the back, making this piece unique and exclusive.
Architects Endramukti Design / Partner Giorgetti Atelier Jakarta
Partner Beijing Classic Living
Interiors KNS Architects
A 7,000 square feet apartment on three floors in New Delhi. It is composed by a living and dining area, a kitchen, five bedrooms and home theatre. On the third floor there is the entertainment zone with a retractable roof.
Comfort and elegance are the key components of this home: clean lines, contemporary furniture, exquisite materials.
Numerous Giorgetti products have been put in this penthouse project. You can find the Progetti armchair in the entrance room. Frame bed and bedside table are arranged in the master bedroom together with Normal armchair and its pouf. The Norah chair was chosen for the studio. And also, Dora stools in the kitchen and Galet coffee table and pouf in the media room.
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)
The collaboration between Giorgetti, which with its 122 years of history represents one of the pillars of the Brianza furniture district, and the Maison René Caovilla, pride of the footwear manufacturing on the Brenta Riviera since 1934, dates back to 2018: the design and architecture studio M2Atelier chose Giorgetti style and know-how to furnish the creative office of the René Caovilla headquarters.
Overlooking the wonderful Villa Pisani, the Fiesso d’Artico building is characterised by large and bright spaces that host the imposing Bigwig table by Roberto Lazzeroni together with the sinuous Norah armchairs designed for Giorgetti by M2Atelier.
A tribute to the excellence of Made in Italy, of which the two brands are ambassadors in the world also thanks to Altagamma, the foundation that brings the companies of the high Italian cultural and creative industry together, of which both are members.