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Molteni - 45° coffee table H59 structure metal smoked glass top

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45° /Tavolino confirms the interest of Ron Gilad for the geometric shapes articulated but essential to "open box" of which we see only the contours. Series of coffee tables available in various sizes and finishes. The top can be upper and lower. The price refers to the composition with black nickel metal structure with top and bottom in smoked glass.

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Molteni - 45° coffee table H59 structure metal smoked glass top

Molteni - 45 Tavolino H59 Longho Design Palermo

Ron Gilad’s new collection of furnishings, Grado°, underlines the designer’s interest in basic geometric shapes. 45°/tavolino.
Series of small tables with extra-light transparent crystal top, available in various sizes and marked by both a monochrome finish, american walnut or black oak, and by a bi-colour finish.

With transparent extra clear glass top or smoked glass sp 0.5. are available in various sizes, characterized by both the metallic finish black nickel pewter (satin finish), the finish of Canaletto walnut or black oak or two-tone finish, the lower floor is also available in marble (black marquina/emperador dark/ white Carrara/gray east/ green alps/ silver wave).

Ron Gilad

Ron Gilad è nato nel 1972 a Tel Aviv. Dopo alcuni anni a New York, oggi vive e lavora tra Tel Aviv e Milano. Gli oggetti ibridi di Ron Gilad abbinano l’ingegno concreto al gioco estetico e si collocano sul confine fra l’astratto e il funzionale. Alla richiesta di una collaborazione con Molteni&C, Ron Gilad per prima cosa si chiese se dovesse comportarsi da designer o essere se stesso nel modo più autentico. Trova una risposta a questo interrogativo riuscendo a stabilire una connessione tra le sue idee artistiche più astratte e i meccanismi commerciali dell’industria, convertendoli in prodotti di geniale design.


Molteni; Angelo Molteni, born 1912, set up his own business in Giussano, today in the province of Monza and Brianza, a furniture district. His artisan workshop soon became a byword for top-quality products.

The workforce of the Giussano business already numbered over 60 people. “Arredamenti di Angelo Molteni” was developing fast, less of an artisan workshop and more of a industry. 

In 1955 Molteni took part in the first “Mostra Selettiva – Concorso Internazionale del Mobile” in Cantù, with a design by Swiss architect Werner Blaser, which won the first prize. The chest of drawers, with a 3-fork geometric joint, was the first prototype of a modern piece of furniture.

In 1959 conquered a double podium at the Cantù Mostra Selettiva, with designs by Yasuhiko Itoh and Donato D’Urbino and Carlo Volonterio, two avant-garde bookcases.

The 60’s started in the best way, indeed, Angelo Molteni joined a group of entrepreneurs to promote Milan’s first Salone del Mobile, the highly successful furniture fair that made its debut on 24 September 1961.

This is the decade of the revolution: in just a few months, manufacturing switched from classic to modern, well-designed furniture suitable for mass production. Luca Meda, an Ulm School graduate, was the man of the revolution, his Iride storage units were presented at the 1968 Salone del Mobile.

Afra and Tobia Scarpa made their debut in Giussano and Turate. For thirty years they designed successful buildings and furniture, distinguished by highly refined details.

In 1975 Molteni&C enters the Contract world, with a furniture supply to Saudi Arabia, which will make it the undisputed leader of "turnkey" solutions.

In 1980 enters Aldo Rossi, a partnership that was to last almost 20 years, with highly acclaimed designs, such as the Teatro series with Luca Meda , the Carteggio desk, the Milano chair, the Cartesio furniture and the Parigi armchair.

In the nineties, Molteni&C communication evolved with the arrival of the Swiss graphic designer Felix Humm, who redrew the Molteni&C logo and created a new look for our institutional and commercial communication.

In 2003 the Gran Teatro La Fenice is inaugurated in Venice, rebuilt according to Aldo Rossi’s design, with the wooden parts made by Molteni&C and the following year Molteni&C , to support its international expansion, created the Divisione Imbottiti [Padded Furniture] and, within the space of just a few years, it has become one of the world’s leading manufacturers with designs by Patricia Urquiola, Ferruccio Laviani, Rodolfo Dordoni, Hannes Wettstein and Ron Gilad, just to mention a few.

In 2008 the distribution has extended beyond the Italian borders and became international. New stores dedicated to the Molteni&C | Dada brand have opened: about 600 stores worldwide including 40 Flagship Stores, also present in the most important international design metropolis such as London and New York.

In 2015, Gruppo Molteni celebrated 80 years in the business with an exhibition at Milan’s Galleria d’Arte Moderna, 80!Molteni. Curated by Jasper Morrison and with graphic design by Studio Cerri & Associati, for the first time prototypes and furniture made by all the Group’s companies narrate 80 years’ experience, quality and innovation. The exhibition has become the nucleus of the Molteni Museum in Giussano.

MolteniGroup.com is the Molteni Group’s new website address. Key words are storytelling, inspiration and the contemporaneity of the Molteni&C and Dada brands. Starting from April 2016 the Belgian architect and designer Vincent Van Duysen is appointed Creative Director of the Molteni&C and Dada brands. After the success of the Gliss Master wardrobe system the new partnership will focus on coordinating the brands’ image and retail concept.

In 2018 New York first Molteni Group "Lifestyle Store". The Molteni Group opened a new window on the world in the heart of Manhattan, at 160 Madison Avenue. The spirit of a unique, evolutionary project, in line with modernity and true to its own stylistic principles, designed by Vincent Van Duysen. This was the first Flagship Store in the world to combine the Group’s three brands: Molteni&C, Dada, and UniFor.

Ron Gilad
Structure Finish
black nickel
Top finish
smoked glass
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