Molteni & C presented its latest collection, along with new pieces for Dada at Salone del Mobile this month. Natural materials, such as glass, wood, and raw metal, defined the open spaces and the large living area.
The industrial group presented new ideas for contemporary home furnishings, featuring two re-make designs by Werner Blaser and Yasuhiko Itoh for the Molteni Museum in Italy.
Dada’s collaboration with Belgian designer Vincent Van Duysen, marked his debut in kitchen design. Duysen’s collaboration revolves around an open central patio space, embellished with centuries-old olive trees symbolizing peace. This year, the collection features four large kitchen designs, in addition to Dante Bonuccelli’s renewed Trim and Tivalì and the Slide kitchen for Armani/Dada.
Originally designed in 2007, Trim now features two new finishes, including bleached oak for the base unit doors and tecnoril for the worktop.