Giorgetti is the star of the Quirinale Contemporaneo project, which was strongly encouraged by Sergio Mattarella, President of the Italian Republic, to celebrate Italian excellence in the various meeting rooms.
The Quirinale is furnished with several Mobius armchairs designed by Umberto Asnago to draw attention to the fine quality of the nation's manufacturing industries with a story focused on Italian creativity.
In the Mobius armchairs, full lines and empty elements alternate with great elegance to interpret a classic piece of furniture and design in a contemporary style.
Mobius has a visible structure with legs in canaletto walnut and a seat upholstered with tailored expertise and customizable details and finishings in leather or fabric. This armchair sums up the brand's history of 120 years of manufacturing excellence, represented at the Quirinale in a ruby red leather version that matches the Louis XIV style furnishings of the presidential palace.