Roncoroni was established in Cantù in 1881, and is proud of the fact that the fifth generation of the family currently works in the business.
The crowning achievement of its business has always been customized furniture design, a tradition followed until 1959, after decades of exciting collaboration agreements with architects and interior designers of the period, before becoming an industrial-scale operation.
An experience that has endowed the company with excellence, passed down from generation to generation by means of passion for the job, a strong sense of dedication and responsibility toward the Client, developing its know- how by using technology to fine-tune traditional styles and methods.
Roncoroni has always been a reference company for the entire furniture sector, and marked some of the most important moments in the sector itself, such as being among the founders of the Milan Furniture Fair in 1961.
From the 90s onwards Roncoroni has returned to the typical activity since its foundation, making the most of it the bespoke attitude in interior design.
One of the company’s distinguishing features has always the collaboration agreements formed with major architects: from its very beginning and in the immediate post-war period Roncoroni collaborated with big names such as Gio Ponti, Ico Parisi, Frattini and Ulrich.
Roncoroni Family has an extremely valuable historical archive numbering more than 2000 designs dating mainly from the middle of the 1930s to the end of the 1950s, by the most influential architects of the time.
Gio Ponti, Albini, Frattini, Ico Parisi, Ulrich, these are only some of the designers that, over the years, have collaborated with Roncoroni for high-end private homes, coordinating all the interiors and, each time, designing completely customised furniture items based on the design style, materials and finishing selected together with the Client, and on the functions requested by this Client.
This process has led to the creation of an enormous collection of individual furnishing item details, designs of furniture elements, and entire interior design projects.
Projects that in this last year have been completely digitalised in order to avert the natural deterioration of paper.