RoncoroniMoretti: exclusive designer furniture

Giovanni Roncoroni and Emanuela Moretti: the first, graduated in Economics and Social Sciences at the Bocconi University of Milan in 1993,  already had ten years of experience at Roncoroni; Emanuela Moretti, graduated in Management Engineering at the Polytechnic of Milan in 1995, immediately started to work for Roncoroni.

Today RM RoncoroniMoretti creates unique furnishings and home accessories for private residences, luxury apartments and offices of large public companies and banks.

The company designs and produces every project onsite, ensuring exclusive control over the quality on one hand and maximum flexibility in the design on the other.

The production cycle is carried out by means of the most modern technology available, using the most advanced techniques of integrated design of the finished product, and at the same time, relying on the manual skills and craftsmanship in the tradition of  cabinet-making.

The entire production process converges to the highest quality in the design and execution of projects.

The strength of RoncoroniMoretti today resides in the ability to interpret various styles and translate them into pieces of furniture designed according to the latest technologies and manufactured with the finest and exclusive materials.

All this is achieved through a tailored approach, in which the process of design and production is literally tailor-made to the client: each project is unique, created starting from the aesthetic taste, the functional requirements and the selected materials.

The soul of RoncoroniMoretti is currently represented by the fiduciary and constant relationship with the client, which continues even after the delivery, with the after-sales service; working closely with the architects in the care of the project, the sampling of the materials and finishes; the quality of the materials used, the construction and finishing of the furnishings are the essential principles and hallmarks of RoncoroniMoretti today.

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