Furniture


A coplanar doors wardrobe supported by two national walnut wood spheres and a national walnut wood kitchen are part of the furniture.
Project by Giorgio Melesi
2004-2009


A staircase with dovetail groove inspired by tree staircase and a rosewood kitchen island are the cornerstone of this flat.
Project by Giorgio Melesi
2004/2005


Wall boiserie in the living room.
Project by Studio Lavorincorso
2008


Modern furniture in a liberty villa that dated back to the early XX century. We also take care of the restoration (more information in the “Restoration” section)
Project by Studio Lavorincorso
2004-2010


Various essences (national walnut, wenge, cherry, teak) achieve a perfect harmony with glass and steel in this furniture, decorated by precious details as the dovetail groove on the staircase and others details hidden in different corners of the house.
Project by architect Giorgio Melesi
2008-2009


Furniture for the hall, staircase covered in wenge wood, slat maple door, handrail, wooden and glass sliding door, national walnut wood wall-mounted furniture in the living room.
Project by architect Giorgio Melesi
2009


Open spaces defined by furniture, with odd openings and secret passages. A perfect symbiosis between furniture, house and people who live in it.
Project by architect Luca Santambrogio
2011


Different finishes in areas with a common language, the attention for details and personalization.
Project by architect Giorgio Melesi
2013


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Furnishings


Entirely made of national walnut wood, with oil finish: a special material for a unique piece.
Project by Giorgio Melesi
2005


Ebony table made for a Canali firm boutique in New York.
Project by Studio Giorgio Melesi
March 2013


This table was produced for the Brianza Design Project.
It will be exhibited at the Milan Furniture Fair 2015 (Pavilion 24, Brianza Design stand)


A simple walnut wood table able to expand on special occasions to reveal a mix of wooden inlays.
Project by Giorgio Melesi
2012


Wall mounted TV cabinet.
Project by Giorgio Melesi
2009


“This item must be able to breath, to live seasons”: this is the idea by which this table was inspired. It is built with dovetail groove and wooden pegs, in durmast wood with walnut wood, maple wood and pear wood inserts; handmade oil finish.
Project by Giorgio Melesi
2011


Walnut wood table composed by two symmetrical pieces; it can convert in different sizes tables.
Project by architech Giorgio Melesi
2011


Walnut wood table in our workshop, waiting to be polished: this is the moment when we can observe the results of the processing stages and take care of the last details.
Project by Giorgio Melesi
2012

Offices and stores


Wengè, maple and beech furniture.
Project by architect Valentini
2007


Office furniture with different finishes: gloss polyester lacquer, matt embossed lacquer; leather-covered. Meeting room table, leather-covered.
Project by architect Antonio Spreafico
2009


Lacquered furniture: display area and counter.
Project by architect Micheli
1996


Durmast furniture: display area for cosmetics and food.
Project by architects Redaelli and Sardi
2005

Toys


Someone asked a friend a question: this is how this object was born.
Project by architect Giorgio Melesi
2012


This is not a real toy, but a challenge, a project I have been working on for four years to build an office in a tower that was once used for electrical connection. We wanted to create a vertical space that can be representative of the designer’s expressive qualities and of the style of our workshop.
Project by architect Giorgio Melesi


The path that lead a simple piece of wood to become an item of furniture.


The play house was born from the desire to play with a project and its realization. We didn’t just want to realize the project but also to communicate our desire to play. The play house was built in 2005, on warm summer nights in which a cricket kept me company.
To Emma
Project by architect Giorgio Meloni

Restoration


Conservative restoration of all wooden items: benches, confessionals, side doors, carved doors on the altar, furniture on the altar, main door.
Works supervisor: Architect Marisa Stradi
2010-2011


Restoration of sacristy in Saint Mary Magdalene and Saint Teresa of Avila Church in Monza. Restoration of wooden items damaged by humidity and furniture cleaning with shellac and wax finishes.
Works supervisor: architect Marisa Stradi
2009


Restoration of wooden parts in the liberty villa in Lierna (early XX century): doors, windows, main staircase and service staircase.
Works supervisor: Studio Lavorincorso
2004-2009


Restoration of wooden items in the Saint Giovanna Beretta Molla sanctuary in Mesero (MI).
Works supervisor: architect Marisa Stradi
2004-2009


Restoration of a chest of drawers, based on photographic documentation of a similar item.
2007