Gucci Design Ancora remixes 5 Italian classics, a project re-editing five icons in the House’s signature shade. For Milan Design Week, Gucci revisits the golden age of Italian design, presenting five iconic objects with a Gucci twist – reimagined in Rosso Ancora red. Gucci Design Ancora is co-curated by PS creative agency founder Michela Pelizzari and Spanish architect Guillermo Santomà and is presented within the confines of Gucci’s flagship store on via Montenapoleone.

 A celebration of the golden age of Italian mastery across craftsmanship and serial reproduction, the collection spans the Le Mura sofa, the Clessidra rug, the Storet cabinet, the Opachi vase, and the Parola floor lamp.

• Storet by Nanda Vigo for Acerbis (1994, reedition 2020)

• Clessidra rug, Portaluppi Pattern Project by Nicolò Castellini Baldissera (great grandson of Piero Portaluppi) from an iconic design of Piero Portaluppi, edited by cc-tapis (2024)
• Parola by Gae Aulenti and Piero Castiglioni for FontanaArte (1980)
• Le Mura by Mario Bellini for Tacchini (1972, reedition 2022)

• Opachi by Tobia Scarpa for Venini (1960, reedition 2021)

Visit the Gucci’ Design Ancora’ exhibition from April 16th to 21st in Milan. Starting from April 21st, a special edition of the objects will be available online at

Written by Yasmine