(Rabbit Doorstopper by Stefano Giovannoni)

Ghidini Giuseppe Bosco has been Italy’s leading manufacturer of brass handles, lighting fixtures and decorative accessories for over 50 years. A specialist in die casting brass, aluminium and zamak, the family-run company excels in combining advanced technologies and rapid prototyping with traditional craft skills. From concept to completion, the entire production process takes place in-house and is characterised by a meticulous attention to detail.

(Porto Console Table by Andrea Branzi)

Since its inception in 1961, the company has developed close ties with international architects and designers to produce custom products and create classical and contemporary art objects. After primarily working business-to-business the company decided launch to its first range of consumer products.

"We felt that working solely as a business-to-business supplier wasn’t giving the right value to our product and expertise anymore," explains Ghidini. "So we thought, why don’t we extend our production to design pieces that we can sell directly to the public?"

(Tip Top Waste Bin by Richard Hutten)

Founded in 2016 under the art direction of Italian designer Stefano Giovannoni, Ghidini 1961 boasts a diverse and creative team featuring some of the biggest names in international design, such as: Andrea Branzi, Campana Brothers, Elisa Giovannoni, Richard Hutten, Studio Job and Nika Zupanc.

(Take Me To Miami Series by Nika Zupanc)

The debut collection, titled 'Brass Ensemble', features around 40 pieces including chairs, tables, bookcases, consoles, lamps, as well as small and large home accessories.

Stand-out pieces from the range include: The Campana Brothers' ‘Kaleidos’, a backlit mirror with a highly polished brass finish, Studio Job’s thimble-shaped ‘Here’ ice bucket and Nika Zupanc’s ‘Take me to Miami’ series which consists of a desk, a chair and a lamp made of PVD-treated steel.

(Here Ice Bucket by Studio Job)

(Kaleidos Wall Light by Campana Brothers)

(Omini Ciotola Serving Trays by Stefano Giovannoni)

Explore The Collection

April 18, 2016 — Jane Richards

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