In 1955 Pierangelo Gallotti and Luigi Radice decided to do something concrete about their desire to create, transform and interpret the tastes of their time: they founded Gallotti&Radice, above all an artistic space, initially devoted to the decoration of glass.
Today the company stands out for the use of crystal in all its possible guises for furnishings, applying different techniques and technologies, ranging from highly industrialized production to craftsmanship linked to the tradition.
Simpòdio System, table design Pinuccio Borgonovo; 0414, dining chairs design Studio G&R; Bolle Orizzontale, chandelier design Massimo Castagna
Over time, Gallotti&Radice has developed a total offering where elements for the living, dining, bedroom and home office zones establish perfect harmony with a design conception based on rounded forms and soft minimalism, suggesting a particularly seductive ‘gentle touch.’
Over the years, the company has continued to work with important international designers: Massimo Castagna, Oscar & Gabriele Buratti, Dainelli Studio, Studiopepe, Federica Biasi, Pietro Russo and Pinuccio Borogonovo, joined more recently by Staffan Tollgard + Filippo Castellani and Draga & Aurel.
Projects that, season after season, have defined an aesthetic, a shared language. And which coexist perfectly. So next to great classics like the Audrey sofa by Massimo Castagna (2017) or the Shiro table by Oscar & Gabriele Buratti (2021), Gallotti&Radice presents the Soda sideboard, marking the debut of Draga & Aurel: a cabinet with a light, essential wooden structure, supporting doors in poured, texturized and pigmented glass.
Kumi, sideboard design Carlo Colombo; Bolle Verticale, floor lamp design Massimo Castagna
Stami, vanity and Stami, ottoman design Studiopepe; Ori, sconce design Massimo Castagna
Elissa Sectional, modular seating, and Lilas, armchair design Dainelli Studio; Sensei, coffee table design Staffan Tollgard + Filippo Castellani; Soda, sideboard design Draga&Aurel; Key-to-Heaven, chandeliers design Massimo Castagna
Also in the new collection, Massimo Castagna proposes a new floor-to-ceiling telescopic version of the Bolle lamp, named Bolle Verticale, along with the new Key-to-Heaven with its geometric lines. Castagna has also designed the Clemo-T table in satin-finish Arabescato Orobico Rosso marble, also available in brushed Ceppo di Gré®, with details in dark hand-burnished metal.
Clemo-T, table and Bolle Cielo, chandelier design Massimo Castagna; Prism Divider, standing bookcase design david/nicolas
Audrey Motion, sofa, Monete and Clemo, coffee- and side tables, Brera, bookcase and Bolle Tela, chandelier: all pieces design Massimo Castagna
Lilas Mosaïque, modular seating design Dainelli Studio; Dama, side tables design Studio G&R; Stami, ottoman design Studiopepe
The Lilas Mosaïque seating system by Dainelli Studio sets out to underline the concept of fluidity and ‘gentleness’: thanks to the possibility of free positioning of the backs, different elements can be juxtaposed to obtain infinite scenarios, suitable for the widest range of needs in terms of space and usage.
Shiro, table design Oscar & Gabriele Buratti; Livrette, dining chairs design Federica Biasi; Pandora, sideboard design Pinuccio Borgonovo; Bonfire, table lamps design Studiopepe
Akiko Lounge, armchair design Oscar & Gabriele Buratti; Hide&Seek, bookcase/sideboard design Pietro Russo; Bolle Aria, chandelier and sconces design Massimo Castagna
Rounded, welcoming lines are also the earmark of the Akiko Lounge chairs by Oscar & Gabriele Buratti, which play with the volume of the padding in contrast with the extremely slim legs – the same contrast we find in the seats and console of the Stami series, by Studiopepe, with a design that gracefully evokes the taste of the 1970s. A tale of style with a thousand nuances. A story in progress.