Hidden qualities

With an obsession for quality in every little detail, Molteni&C began its triumphal march in 1934. Founded in northern Italy’s furniture district par excellence near Monza, the company is still synonymous with lovingly crafted, quality furniture.
Technology, design, culture and living materials in the hands of internationally renowned designers such as Jean Nouvel, Foster + Partners, Aldo Rossi, Hannes Wettstein, Gio Ponti, Rodolfo Dordoni, Vincent Van Duysen and many others have allowed the brand from Italy to make history.
The third generation family business Molteni&C creates ambiences with timeless elegance, which meet all high-quality furnishing requirements.

505 day system

Flexibility and functionality characterize the project 505, a system with self-supporting side panel, designed in a series of add-on elements of comprehensive modularity that act as bookcase and TV system. The finishes matt and high gloss lacquered, the woods and glasses also allow different personalized solutions that meet the needs of modern living. The system is complemented by cabinet elements for multimedia equipment, work surfaces, but also the possibility of creating wall-mounted or floor-standing solitary furniture.

Grid Wall System

The distinctive feature of expandable systems is their ability to combine a few basic elements to create endless high-quality furnishing solutions. Grid, based on the design of Vincent Van Duysen, fully meets the criterion of infinite expandability. Grid is a new chapter in the development of modular wall systems. A study of the evolution of domestic space, thanks also to the presence of electronic devices that expand the perception of space.


Dante Bonuccelli interprets modernity and prefers the lightness and flexibility of wall-mounted floors to volumes. The system has also been designed for the dining area and offers maximum freedom of design: floor-standing or wall-mounted cabinet elements, different door systems and special elements such as Grado┬░ Bookshelf or wall cabinets with door panel on hidden sliding rails. The new interior design is called Cedar and the sideboard made of wood and aluminum integrates perfectly into the noble and innovative domestic «landscape».

Paul sofa

Paul is an upholstered furniture program of elegant proportions and inviting lines. Elements that showcase the expressive rationality of Vincent Van Duysen. The project consists of rectilinear sofas, corner compositions, chaise longues and island elements, all with a continuous seat cushion.

Gio Ponti armchair

Based on the design of 1953 the armchair D.153.1, it is part of the furnishings of the private residence of Gio Ponti in Via Dezza in Milan. The frame is in satin brass, the cover in two-tone leather or in the «dotted» fabric Rubelli.
The fabric, based on Ponti’s 1934 design, reinterprets the centuries-old velvet technique and updates it with modern patterns, such as the dense sequences of dots of different shades. The D.153.1 armchair complements the furnishings of the Gio Ponti Collection, presented at Salone del Mobile 2012.

Gio Ponti Dining Table

Table D.859.1 was mainly used as a large conference table with up to ten seats and stands out from the auditorium furnishings not only for its large dimensions, but especially for its refined and essential design. The trapezoidal frame stands out for its lightness and modernity. A real tension arch on which rests a large conical table top of aerodynamic shape.

Gliss Master dressing

Gliss Master, in the generous variety, transforms into, among other things, a specially equipped walk-in closet that allows straight solutions and corner compositions.

Very comprehensive the choice in the interior design for planning elements with customized solutions adapted to each need: Hanging drawer units, pull-out shelves, shoe shelves, shelves for small items and equipped drawers with dividers are just some possible solutions.