Addresses that are legends
London, Brompton Road in Kensington – a two-storey showroom with windows overlooking the V&A, the Victoria and Albert, the world’s leading museum of decorative arts, commissioned by Queen Victoria and her husband Albert in 1852, with a collection of over 4.5 million items which, over time, have illustrated and represented the culture of home living all over the world.
New York, Midtown Manhattan, a short walk from the Empire State Building, the art decò masterpiece designed by Lamb&Harmon in 1931, and the tallest building in the world up until 1967. The new two-level Flagship stands at 160 Madison Avenue, one of New York’s “coolest” shopping areas.
Paris, 15th arrondissement, a three-level space, designed by Jean Nouvel and dedicated to the contract professionals partnering in prestigious projects with Molteni&C, Dada and Unifor. The space is a workplace structured for presentations and all-round assistance with any furnishing requirements linked to the home or to office, hospitality and retail spaces.
Investments in the Far East – with recent openings in Osaka, Beijing and Singapore – are oriented to Flagship Stores where Italian design and that of the Molteni Group companies, are arousing ever increasing interest on the part of discerning and sophisticated consumers.