Founded in 1975 by the Frehling's family, Oggetti has been at the forefront of contemporary design for the past half century. The line consists of furniture, lighting, and accessories from around the world with a particular focus and dedication to Murano glass, which still can be seen in the line today. Over the last few years, Oggetti's growth has been fueled by its furniture line which boasts a wide range of materials such as wood. shagreen, and lacquer. Working with small ateliers, Oggetti is able to showcase its own unique style alongside other highly respected lines including Alexandra Von Furstenberg, Ankasa, Bontempi, Vito Selma and DellaRobbia.
The Frehling's are constantly on the go, traveling to many parts of the globe to the source their unusual collections. Most of Oggetti furniture collection is made in the Philippines and Italy. The lighting is primarily Italian. The glass is from Poland, Italy, and wherever our eye catching objects are found. The pieces are collaboration between top designers and the Frehlings, whose good taste and understanding of the marketplace drive the company. The newest introductions show a simplicity harkening back both to the family's love of modernism and their commitment of the future.