在二十世紀初,梅達已經發展成為公認的傢俱之都,來自巴黎、威尼斯、米蘭藝術學校的頂級工匠大師,再加上政府及教會不遺餘力地興辦設計及雕刻學校,生產了許多做工精良的木作和木雕,品質已能與歐洲各國競爭。在這樣的條件背景下,Giorgetti的創辦人Luigi Giorgetti興起其創業之路。
到了80年代,Giorgetti開始了前所未有的風格變化,與從未涉足過傢俱設計的建築師、知識份子和藝術家進行合作,此舉無疑頗具風險,但事實證明,Giorgetti自此打開全新格局。 直至今日,Giorgetti突破傳統傢俱的設計限制,延攬頂尖工程師利用數位化控管和專業機械生產線,以因應市場上對於功能實用性與美觀品質兼具的要求,更積極與各具代表性的國際建築師合作,像是華裔建築師Chi Wing Lo、盧森堡籍的建築師Léon Krier、Massimo Scolari、Laura Silvestrini Antonello Mosca等,維持其Giorgetti風格獨樹一幟。

Giorgetti S.p.A. is a company with over a hundred years of history, the result of a reality in this territory that is synonymous with work and entrepreneurship. To tell the tale of Giorgetti means to tell the economic and evolutionary story of Meda, a city in Brianza situated about thirty kilometres north of Milan.
The artisan activity in Meda started in the countryside thanks to the farmers who made extra money by creating work utensils and furniture. Moreover, Meda was initially founded near an important monastery of Benedictine nuns founded in the VIII century and, in 1195, Emperor Henry VI stayed there and later, Emperor Maximilian. The work of the Benedictine nuns and their important guests created the conditions for demand of high quality furniture.
At the start of the XX century, Meda was an established furniture centre, and was able to compete with any manufacturer in Europe, thanks to quality products, working techniques and more and more refined wood finishing. This significant improvement in local manufacturing can be attributed to the arrival of the best masters from the art schools of Paris, Venice and Milan; in addition, there was the municipal design and carving school, together with the parish school.
In this historical context, Luigi Giorgetti started his entrepreneurial adventure.
The real stylistic change came about in the 80s when Giorgetti decided to collaborate with architects, city planners, artists and intellectuals who never thought they would ever design furniture. This decision apparently a risky one turned out to be a winner.
Nowadays, Giorgetti broke furniture design constraints, adopting specialized mechanical production lines and advanced digital quality control systems to fulfill both functional practicality and aesthetic quality requirements, and enthusiastically collaborate with noteworthy professionalism such as Massimo Scolari, Chi Wing Lo, Léon Krier, Laura Silvestrini and Antonello Mosca. That carries a unique and instantly recognizable style: the Giorgetti style.