Gallotti&Radice celebrates the elegance with the 2021 Collection
Gallotti&Radice celebrates the beauty and elegance of furniture design with the new 2021 Collection. An example of timeless craftsmanship and taste, the new proposals reflect as always Gallotti&Radice’s ability to translate the desire to experiment and innovate into elements of excellence the space of the house. The new color combinations are a tribute to femininity and nature, often intertwined with each other in the sign of sensuality.
During the Milan Design City, the Salvioni Milano Gallotti&Radice showroom hosts many of these new proposals, showing off a renewed setting created to better enhance the distinctive style of the company.
Among the many novelties for the dining area, we mention the Shiro table and the Akiko armchair by Oscar and Gabriele Buratti. The precious naturalness of ebony with inlaid top and milled oval bases is combined here with classic lines and solid padding aimed at ensuring total comfort. No less interesting is the Livrette chair by Federica Biasi, a new upholstered chair with a black ash wood base.
Also to Federica Biasi we owe the reinterpretation in a revolving key of the famous Livre armchair for the living area. Also in the spaces dedicated to comfort and conviviality, let’s talk about Lilas by Dainelli Studio. The armchair features polyurethane padding and a swivel or fixed base with fabric and leather upholstery.
Dainelli Studio also signs Elissa Sectional, the modular version of the Elissa sofa and the Resia short-pile carpet with velvet effect.
Remaining with the upholstered, Massimo Castagna proposes Audrey XS, a more compact and versatile variant of the famous sofa, flanked by two new tables, Clemo and Monete, a curious mixture of stone and finely worked metals that give life to compositions of extreme visual elegance. The choice of peculiar materials such as Ceppo di Gre ‘and burnished metal gives it a unique and extremely characteristic touch.
Studiopepe offers a further contribution to the collection with a new “canneted” version of the curved molten glass of the Bonfire lamp. It also introduces the Spectrum family of suspension lamps, consisting of a painted metal frame containing a neon effect lighting body in variable shapes.
We close the presentation with two peculiar products.
The first is the Hide & Seek bookcase by Pietro Russo, with a structure made of shelves and half cylinders in glossy lacquered wood. The massive structure made of solids and voids helps to enliven the aesthetic result, giving life to an extremely suggestive piece of furniture.
The second is Silvia Gallotti’s President desk which celebrates her 50th anniversary with a special Gold Limited Edition. In this total gold guise, a peculiar decorative finish applied to the glass recalls the texture of a fabric for a transparent “seektrough” effect.