Renewed showroom | Molteni

Renewed showroom | Molteni

A Molteni Flagship Showroom, a store that’s unique in the region, opened in 2017 on Budapest’s Wesselényi Street. From spring, they await fans of high-quality Italian design with a renewed identity and interiors, as well as pieces of iconic Dada kitchen furniture as a new feature.

The store showcases both progressive and classic Italian design: the newly exhibited furniture items are mainly made by Vincent Van Duysen, the creative director, but they also have evergreen pieces from Gio Ponti. Visitors can view three living room interiors, one bedroom, three dining rooms, two wardrobe systems and two Dada kitchens.

The history of the Dada brand dates back to the 1920s: they started specializing in high-end kitchen furniture specifically in the 1970s, then joined the Molteni Group in 1979, and in 1987, a kitchen of theirs won one of the world’s most prestigious design awards, the Compasso d’Oro.

Source: Solinfo

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