Giorgetti has over 100 years of history in the furniture business. It serves an international client base with its heart deeply rooted in the city of Meda, in the center of Brianza.
Its collections emerge from the artisan tradition and hard-working mindset of the region: unique furnishings made with the highest quality raw materials and craftsmanship. Giorgetti furnishing elements range from a strictly classic taste to the quite modern style of their latest collections.
Each piece features exquisite details, the result of rich creativity and style, and the excellent materials and efficient production technologies guarantee functionality and durability.
The Tradition of “Made in Italy”
All Giorgetti products are made in Italy, as clearly stated in their motto “Made and Manufactured in Italy”: the creation, design and production stages all happen at the two facilities in Meda and Lentate, where they employ competent and qualified personnel.
Local Brianza cabinetmaking traditions are expressed through the unmistakable style of these furnishings, which are able to blend the highest craftsmanship with the use of latest generation machines and tools.
The actual common denominator of these collections is wood, the company’s preferred material, worked and shaped into innovative pieces that are still very traditional. Through the years, wood has been joined by other materials such as leather, metal, glass and fabrics - both precious and natural - in many different textures and colours. All these aspects identify a room furnished with Giorgetti products: fine materials, innovation and traditions combined to form pieces that convey a story rich in design and values.
Quality control is carried out along the entire production chain, starting with the selection of raw materials and ending at the final assessment. The finished product is then tested to evaluate its functionality and verify conformity with the aesthetics of the original design.
The components are produced and matched with taste, elegance and attention to detail, to guarantee that the client receives durable piece of furniture that will outlast fads and trends.
Innovative machinery makes it possible to shape the wood while fully respecting its nature, and then expert craftsmen hone and smooth each piece to make it unique and precious.
Giorgetti Living Rooms and Bedrooms
The brand makes furniture and accessories for each area of the house, both indoors and outdoors: sofas, armchairs, beds, tables, chairs, wardrobes and kitchens.
Giorgetti’s emblem of cabinet-making wisdom is the Dry chair: it can be completely disassembled because it is handmade without using glue. Created by Massimo Morozzi in 1987, it is still in the collection, in a renewed version.
The company’s abilities emerge in the Progetti Collection, which is made up of a series of sofas and armchairs that have wood armrests in pau-ferro, a fine wood in a reddish colour similar to those of walking sticks.
For the bedroom, the main product is Rea, designed by Chi Wing Lo, winner of the 2005 Wallpaper Design Award in the category “Best Bed”. With its particular winged headboard, this bed conveys a sense of protection and comfort through its soft, welcoming lines.
In 2016, Giorgetti presented its first kitchen: GK.01, an architectural project with clean lines and linear shapes. The finishes were completely customizable to allow the system to integrate completely with the surrounding environment. Contemporary design and tailored quality are its features: handles disappear into grooves that enhance the project’s clean, essential look.
A perfect addition to the kitchen is the Alfred trolley designed by Do Ho Su, which won the 2019 Wallpaper Design Award. It is a multifunctional element in canaletto walnut with a marble top and a series of drawers that rotate around two pins. The drawers open like a fan to make sure the chef has all of his utensils at hand. This innovative system meets the current needs of a versatile piece of furniture that is ready for use.
Outdoor furnishings became a part of the permanent Giorgetti collection in 2017. A line of pieces was created specifically for enjoying the outdoors. The structures and covers are designed to resist under different weather conditions. Even the choice of wood was not taken lightly. The Gea collection uses stainless steel and Abonos oak, an old fossil wood sourced from bogs that symbolises the great know-how of Giorgetti.