Italian furniture company Molteni&C Dada has just recently opened two new showrooms in Tehran and Vancouver.
The Tehran showroom in the centre of the embassy district has been completely renovated to present the collections over a surface area of approximately 1,000 sq m, including an inner garden and a space reserved for art exhibitions. Former house of the Belgian Embassy, the first floor hosts a full range of day and night-time collections by Molteni&C Dada.
For the perfect living room situation, Dante Bonuccelli’s '505 Pass-Word' bookshelves and multimedia can be successfully combined with sofas and armchairs from Studio Hannes Wettstein’s Reversi XL series and with Rodolfo Dordoni’s 'Chelsea' chair; whilst 'Where' and 'Filigree' tables, teamed with 'Who' chairs, all by Dordoni, create a warm atmosphere for the dining room area.
The flagship store also features Molteni&C’s iconic Gio Ponti Collection, and the second floor hosts Dada designs. Dada’s range of kitchens is vast, and offers the perfect contemporary solution for anyone looking for a change. 'Hi-Line 6' by Ferruccio Laviani, 'INDADA' by Nicola Gallizia, and 'Vela' and 'Trim' by Dante Bonuccelli are amongst the models offered at the flagship store.
With these two openings, Molteni&C Dada take its 'Italian way of living' approach to two different ends of the world, expanding its influence on the international design market.
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