Molteni unveils Vincent Van Duysen-designed pavilion

by Editors Staff

The Molteni & C compound in Giussano, 30km north of Milan, evolves continuously, making it a becoming illustration of the furnishings behemoth. Residence to its HQ and manufacturing unit since 1934, the compound can be an architectural treasure trove, the place Molteni’s inventive collaborators have left their marks over time. Examples embrace Ron Gilad’s 2014 Glass Dice, which was just lately remodeled into the Molteni Museum, and Patricia Urquiola’s 2006 Spazio Q alla M (a multimedia centre devoted to the corporate’s previous and future), in addition to a four-storey Nineteen Fifties showroom, designed by Luca Meda with parts by Aldo Rossi, with whom he usually collaborated.

‘The compound is a testomony to the historical past of Molteni & C and the nice names of design and structure which have labored with the corporate,’ says Molteni’s chief advertising officer Giulia Molteni. 

The doorway to Molteni HQ, with the showroom on the left and the manufacturing unit straight forward

(Picture credit score: Stefan Giftthaler)

Molteni & C has now unveiled a brand new chapter within the compound’s architectural historical past with a pavilion complicated by its inventive director, Belgian designer Vincent Van Duysen, including a hospitality ingredient to the model expertise. The start line for the design, which is Van Duysen’s first architectural challenge for Molteni, was Meda and Rossi’s showroom, which is punctuated on one aspect by a discreet colonnade.

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