Our New Shop opening

September 6, 2021
Via Pisoni 2, Milan



Mirabilia – Una Wunderkammer per scoprire i mestieri d’arte milanese

Bottega Ghianda part of “Mirabilia – Una Wunderkammer per scoprire i mestieri d’arte milanese” with Libreria girevole da tavolo by Cini Boeri.

With this exhibition, the first in a series entitled “Mestieri d’Arte e Design. Crafts Culture”, Triennale Milano and the Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d’Arte aim to raise the profile of a significant selection of highly creative Milanese artisans who are still making original and authentic objects today: artefacts that stir a sense of wonder and admiration. Some forty contemporary works of profound artistic and cultural significance, produced as one-off pieces or in short runs, have been chosen to represent the ‘secrets of the trade’ of the same number of craft workshops and manufactories operating in the city of Milan.

Mirabilia – Una Wunderkammer per scoprire i mestieri d’arte milanese
by Alberto Cavalli
general manager Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d’Arte

Triennale Milano
20 October 2020 – 10 January 2021
free entry

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Shop reopening


1 June 2020

We inform you that the showroom can be visited only by appointment.

For info please contact:
Via Bagutta, 13
Montenapoleone, 8
T. 02 76000785
M. 346 716 4911

from Monday to Friday
10am – 1.30pm
2.30pm – 7pm



29 February 2020  – 18 April 2021

The Vitra Design Museum displays some pieces from the Bottega Ghianda collection on the occasion of the exhibition dedicated to Gae Aulenti entitled “A Creative Universe”. Among the works that have made the history of the designer, the Chevalet d’Orsay with its frame and the trays produced by the artisans of Bottega Ghianda.




© Vitra Design Museum, photo: Bettina Matthiessen


I-MADE – London

19-22 September 2019
Saatchi Gallery

Bottega Ghianda takes part in the I-MADE exhibition in London at Saatchi Gallery from 19 to 22 September with a selection of iconic pieces and pieces from the last collection presented during last Milan International Furniture Exhibition.
I-MADE is the first exhibition in London to be dedicated to Italian design and curated by the renowned architect Giulio Cappellini.