Giorgetti presents new sculptural designs at Milan Design Week 2023

Giorgetti presents a fresh collection at its new Milan location, among our Salone del Mobile 2023 highlights, featured in May Wallpaper*, on sale 13 April

Giorgetti furniture, Mia table and Woody pouf slotted together
(Image credit: Courtesy Giorgetti)

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To celebrate its 125th anniversary, Italian furniture brand Giorgetti has opened Giorgetti Spiga – the Place, its new home in Milan, and is previewing a new collection of products at Milan’s Design Week. Aiming to be a perfect blend of craftsmanship and advanced manufacturing, the range includes a series of elegant stools and tables, including our favourites so far, the ‘Mia’ table and ‘Woody’ pouf.

‘Mia’ coffee table and ‘Woody’ pouf: meet Giorgetti's sculptural new launches

Giorgetti collections at Milan Design Week

(Image credit: Courtesy Giorgetti)

Designed to be the focal point of the living room, the sculptural ‘Mia’ coffee table features a slim top and a solid base, both with rounded corners – a contouring that showcases Giorgetti’s expertise in carpentry. The tabletop is available in either marble, or natural, grey or dark Canaletto walnut wood, while the base is upholstered in leather. An expertly crafted curving inlet at one corner was designed so that the ‘Woody’ pouf can slot in perfectly.

Giorgetti furniture, Woody pouf slotted into Mia table

(Image credit: Courtesy Giorgetti)

Available in either fabric or leather upholstery, ‘Woody’ is characterised by ‘its fullness and its sinuous, irregular silhouette, designed to flawlessly align, like two pieces of a puzzle, with the coffee table’, say the design team. It is also available in a side table version, in coated metal with a pewter finish.

Giorgetti furniture, Woody pouf

(Image credit: Courtesy Giorgetti)

Both are made to order at Giorgetti’s Meda and Lentate factories, and were designed in-house by the Giorgetti Research Centre, a team of eight specialists who are in charge of product development, from initial sketch to prototypes. Luciana Rizzo, research and development manager, says the designs are ‘two characters, two distinct stories, and a sign that binds them’, referring to the famous exes that ironically lend their name to the pieces, which can split up and be used independently in the living space.

Giorgetti Spiga - The Place, Via della Spiga 31, Milan

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Léa Teuscher is a Sub-Editor at Wallpaper*. A former travel writer and production editor, she joined the magazine over a decade ago, and has been sprucing up copy and attempting to write clever headlines ever since. Having spent her childhood hopping between continents and cultures, she’s a fan of all things travel, art and architecture. She has written three Wallpaper* City Guides on Geneva, Strasbourg and Basel.