Pierangelo Gallotti and Luigi Radice founded Gallotti&Radice
in 1955 by to pursue innovation and their shared passion for glass. In fact, tradition and innovation distinguish the company's production in the field of interior design. The brand began by producing handmade lamps for interiors
with total Made in Italy know-how. During its history, Gallotti&Radice expanded its range of interior furnishings
with tables, chairs
, storage furniture
, and office furniture
, distinguishing itself internationally for its attention to detail and knowledge of the treatment of raw materials by expert artisans.
Gallotti&Radice still continues to respect the founders' principles. Design and production are carried out in the Brianza district, an area recognized worldwide for the production of interior furnishings. If love for its region is an integral part of Gallotti&Radice's philosophy, the other pillar that guides the company is its passion for glass
. The company was among the first to employ crystal in the production of designer furniture. The use of these materials, together with aluminum and steel, defines the style of its products and makes them sustainable since crystal and glass are entirely recyclable. Driven by its environmental sensibility, in 2010, the company inaugurated a new photovoltaic panel system, providing low environmental impact energy to fuel various production cycles.
Gallotti&Radice: from office furniture to designer lamps
Gallotti&Radice produces furnishings suitable for different contexts. Their soft lines and the use of velvet, leather, or removable fabric covers characterize the company's elegant and refined chairs
, sofas, loungers, and armchairs
for home or office use. A vast production is dedicated to lighting. The lightness of mouth-blown transparent crystal in the Bolle collection
by Massimo Castagna complements the sobriety of its brass structure.
Lightness and rigor also define the company's office furniture. The WGS Collection
, designed by Monica Armani for smart and flexible work environments, embodies this vision with its crystal shelves and solid wood supports. Gallotti&Radice also ventures into new design territories, like accessories. From the precious Tip Tap Toe
, a marble and brass game table, the brand moves to the richness of solid brass candleholders
in different shapes and sizes. Such variety is the result of long-standing collaborations with designers from all over the world. The exchange of knowledge, know-how, and ideas has made Gallotti&Radice an international reference for the interior design field. The Air collection
, designed by Pinuccio Borgonovo, includes a range of desks
and office furniture
that is striking for the balance between crystal and wood. It is, in fact, the company's most important commercial success.
Crystal in Gallotti&Radice furnishings
The history of Gallotti&Radice began in 1955 with Pierangelo Gallotti and Luigi Radice. Their mission was clear from the very start: to create an ideal and physical space so that they could express their passion for glass and crystal. Always focused on innovation, the company began to produce its first pieces of design furniture thanks to the founders' superior knowledge of how to work raw materials. The brand soon achieved international success with Adam
, the first totally glass table designed by Luigi Massoni. The success of the table thrust the company into a new dimension and shed light on the use of glass and crystal in the production of complements and interior furnishings. The 1990s and the new millennium marked the company's prominence on the national and international scene. The brand expanded to manufacture mirrors
, and storage furniture
. Growth did not change the soul of Gallotti&Radice. The company remained, and still remains, a global ambassador of the highest Made in Italy values, with a firm belief in the future of interior design.