The company has presented the 2023 collection at Giorgetti Spiga – The Place, a new space that’s a world of wonders, able to immediately convey the values of the brand. Every storey of the building is a place to discover iconic products and new pieces, fine finishes, works of art and precious objects.
KARPHI – new modular sofa by Carlo Colombo
Moving towards the future without forgetting its roots, Giorgetti has reached a milestone: 125 years in business, always ready to embrace different insights and inspirations, and to interpret desires that require quality, care and a sartorial approach.
From the left: new SKIRT stool design by m2atelier / new LUNARIA chair design by Roberto Lazzeroni and new FLOEMA plates collection design by Roberto Cambi
It’s an important anniversary, which the brand is celebrating with two prestigious openings in two international design capitals: first, Giorgetti Spiga – The Place, a space that was recently opened in the heart of the fashion district of Milan, and the Giorgetti Atelier in New York, at 5th Ave and 34th St, which will be inaugurated during NYCxDesign in May.
Passionately continuing its constant research and experimentation, the brand continues to give shape to its residential universe through projects that, in an inseparable union of beauty and functionality, promote the value of the experience, underscoring the role of design in improving quality of life.
From the left: new SPARK low tables / TIE XL armchair design by m2atelier
Creating dialogue between craftsmanship and manufacturing technology, the products in the 2023 collection interpret this idea, recounting the deep meaning of design according to Giorgetti in their every detail. Versatile products with elegant, decisive yet unmistakable character, never conventional, that stand out for the high quality of the materials, sartorial processes and almost obsessive research into finishes, shapes, textures and colours.
Research that pays close attention to sustainability and circularity, through a conscious reuse of materials. That includes new fabric used in the 2023 collection, such as Cruise, with its intense colours and soft texture, and Split, a bouclé with small, irregular ripples, both made of recycled polyester from scraps and leftover yarn.
From the left: WOODY&MIA coffee tables and pouf / ALDÌA outdoor collection design by Carlo Colombo
Giorgetti also continues to be an interpreter of the transformation of residential spaces into places that are increasingly flexible, used for multitasking, offering new products designed to satisfy multiple needs, in different contexts, from the rigour of an executive office to the warmth of a domestic interior or the light-heartedness of a day spent outdoors.
The products in the collection arose from renewed collaborations with designers and artists of international fame, such as Dante O. Benini and Luca Gonzo, Carlo Colombo, Roberto Lazzeroni, Mauro Lipparini, m2atelier and Roberto Cambi, who, year after year, reinterpret the precious heritage of Giorgetti through their creative ideas.