Hong Kong Tatler Homes - - EDITOR'S NOTE -

El­e­gance un­der­lines ev­ery en­deav­our of Molteni & C and this year is no ex­cep­tion. The brand’s in­stal­la­tion was en­vis­aged as an art col­lec­tor’s home, filled with art­work sit­ting along­side its equally col­lectible fur­ni­ture pieces. The so­phis­ti­cated scenog­ra­phy of creative di­rec­tor Vin­cent Van Duy­sen was the per­fect foil for pieces old and new, which in­clude the screw-free Woody chair—a de­but col­lab­o­ra­tion with de­signer Francesco Meda—as well as an ex­ten­sion to Ron Gi­lad’s suc­cess­ful Te­o­rema col­lec­tion. Molteni & C also reis­sued Gio Ponti’s D.859.1 ta­ble, which can seat up to 10 din­ers, in its orig­i­nal fin­ish of solid ash with bronze fer­rules. It is also avail­able in darker toned wood and smaller di­men­sions. molteni.it

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