At Milano Design City – April 2021, Gallotti & Radice presented the new collection

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The new collection by Gallotti & Radice

The informal living area

Lilas, by Dainelli Studio, is the new squared upholstered armchair placed next to the Elissa Sectional sofa. The modular version of the Elissa sofa enables many new configurations suitable to different spaces.

Read our interview with Silvia Gallotti 

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Lilas armchair, Dainelli Studio

Architect Massimo Castagna has designed two coffee tables, Clemo and Monete. Clemo is a basic table that shows the texture of Ceppo di Grè, a natural stone from Lake Iseo.

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Clemo, coffee table in Ceppo di Grè, from the new Gallotti & Radice collection

Monete, as the name suggests, consists of burnished metal circles wedged together.

Monete coffee table, by architect Massimo Castagna

For Gallotti & Radice, young designer Federica Biasi reinterprets the Livre armchair in a swivel version and introduces Livrette, a new upholstered chair with a black ash base.

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Livre swivel armchair by designer Federica Biasi

The Hide&Seek bookcase by Pietro Russo has an interesting form made of shelves and cylinders, which makes it possible to place at the center of the room. Available in red or gray glossy lacquered wood, it is the piece that completes the decor of a room.

Hide&Seek bookcase by Pietro Russo

Spectrum, the suspension lamp by Studio Pepe, has a painted metal frame containing a neon-effect lighting body in variable shapes.

Read our interview with Silvia Gallotti 

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Spectrum lamps, designed by Studio Pepe

Finally, the President desk that celebrates its 50th anniversary (1971-2021) with a new version, Gold Limited Edition, by Silvia Gallotti. A particular decorative finish applied to the glass recalls the texture of a fabric for a transparent “see-through” effect, obtained thanks to an entirely manual brushing process.

Special finish for the 50th anniversary of the President desk