Giorgetti has added several new proposals to its collections for 2020, after researching and mixing languages and traditions.
Through a journey from East to West, from Asia to the United States through Europe, the company has launched two important new collaborations: one with designer Adam D. Tihany whose production is inspired by the Old Continent with typical stylistic marks of New York, and another with Japanese designers Setsu & Shinobu Ito, who are very popular for their innovative language and ability to create fluid elegant shapes by uniting elements of Asian culture with Italian characteristics.
In addition to these new partnerships, Giorgetti has also confirmed its collaborations with some of the most well-known Italian designers who have been lending their expertise to the brand through timeless design products with strong stylistic connotations. Some names are: Carlo Colombo, Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, Roberto Lazzeroni, Umberto Asnago and Leonardo Dainelli, along with the Giorgetti R&D office.
Even the Atmosphere collection will be expanded for the first time, with a few exclusive pieces created by Carlo Colombo and Virginia Harper, just to mention a few names.
Among the more captivating pieces presented recently with unusual new digital tools, we find two bar cabinets, with completely different styles but able to arouse the exact same level interest.
The first is Kiri by Setsu & Shinobu Ito, a timeless piece that brings the charm of ancient Japanese customs into contemporary life. Kiri can be described as an treasure chest, a precious container that exhibits the poetry and design of its creative designers and the craftsmanship of Giorgetti, which has become extraordinary and excellent through its long history.
The second is Host by Adam D. Tihany, a decisively evocative piece that we could call a “desire driver”, which hints at the typical atmosphere of New York clubs in the 1950s and the ritual that accompanies the classic preparation of cocktails.