Designing high-quality furniture through constant research and innovation.
Giovannetti was founded in the mid-1960s by Benito Luigi Giovannetti with the desire to innovate the world of furniture through collaborations and brilliant products, making Giovannetti one of the companies that have written the history of "made in Italy" and Italian design in general.
The company's innovative spirit and desire to create amazement have been clear since its earliest designs, like Bauhaus, created in collaboration with Roberto Tapinassi, and Bazaar, the result of a lengthy collaboration between Giovannetti and Superstudio. Success came with Anfibio (1970), a sofa bed and masterpiece by Alessandro Becchi that won the 1972 Compasso D’Oro award. Giovannetti products are exhibited in museums all over the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Triennale Design Museum in Milan.