2017
03.04

2017.04.03

Molteni Museum


The Molteni Group inaugurated on 20 November 2015 the Molteni Museum, curated by Jasper Morrison, in its industrial compound in Giussano. 

Molteni Museum

Nowadays museums are dynamic places, steeped in memories but also providing opportunities for research, for meetings and for reflecting on our cultural and collective heritage. With this vision in mind, on 20 November 2015, the Molteni Group inaugurated the Molteni Museum, curated by Jasper Morrison, in its industrial compound in Giussano. 

On show, 48 iconic products and original prototypes that illustrate the successes and innovations of the Molteni Group’s four companies: Molteni&C, Dada, Unifor and Citterio. From the first prototype of modern furniture – the chest of drawers designed by Werner Blaser in 1955 – to the latest creations by the elite of international design, from Jean Nouvel to Ron Gilad, from Patricia Urquiola to Studio Foster + Partners, right through to re-makes of Gio Ponti designs, and numerous products by Luca Meda and Aldo Rossi.    

2019
09.08
august, the Molteni&C Contract Project by Vincent Van Duysen

2019.08.09

august, the Molteni&C Contract Project by Vincent Van Duysen

Vincent Van Duysen Architects’ turns 19th-century military hospital and its gardens into august, a modern-day sanctuary comprising of a Hotel, restaurant, bar, wellness, shop and gardens located in the vibrant city of Antwerp, Belgium.

2019
01.08
Contemporary Quirinale Project Sees Molteni&C in a Lead Role

2019.08.01

Contemporary Quirinale Project Sees Molteni&C in a Lead Role

The Quirinale, home of the Italians, opens its doors to creations by contemporary masters of painting and sculpture, and to the creative genius of the leading figures of design of recent decades. Over 70 works join the masterpieces of the historical heritage that graces the halls and spaces of the palace.  

2019
24.07
UniFor | Lights on Smart Working

2019.07.24

UniFor | Lights on Smart Working

A new installation curated by Ron Gilad and featuring Touch Down Unit for the windows dressing of the UniFor Showroom in Milan, in Corso Matteotti 14. The historic flagship store, designed in 1989 by Afra and Tobia Scarpa, continues to be a point of reference and thanks to this installation it is once again the most efficient space to display the latest innovations.