by Ernesto Plotini in Milan in 1937.
Plotini Allestimenti has always dealt with ephemeral architecture, realizing the projects of the masters of Italian architecture such as Albini, Helg, Carboni, Belgioioso, Nizzoli, Peressuti and Rogers.
Plotini, has carried out the projects of Gregotti, Cerri, Cecchi, Ferrari,
Pestalozza, Noorda, Castiglioni, Lupi and many others masters.
Exhibitions, stands and furnishings created by the company have always been based on a careful and meticulous search for quality and a high level of customer service.
experience gained by the company's technical staff allowed, at the beginning of
the 90s, to design a successful series of modular systems in aluminum and wood
for fittings and furnishings called Crossmetal.
Originality and versatility of use have favored its diffusion not only towards the traditional clientele of exhibitors but also towards many fitting companies that have adopted them.
Since the mid-2000s, under the direction of Matteo Plotini,
the Company has continued both in collaboration with major firms (among others
Giulio Cappellini, Michele De Lucchi, Calvi Brambilla, Ferruccio Laciani, Piero
Lissoni ...) and in the systems and technology development.