The professional accountant's cult hero
The trend-setter that shouldn't have existed
A best-seller that differentiated with simplicity.
Olivetti's first portable electric. Business in the front, party in the back.
A pair of Sunbeam mixers from the 1950's, in all their streamlined, rocket-inspired glory.
A Netbook before there were netbooks, clad in leather.
The most advanced handheld computer, the 3a was ahead of its time, but unable to keep up.
A wedge of pure 70's, an uncompromised realization of Mario Bellini's vision
Mario Bellini's take on how to make math fun: orange rubber.
Italian flair from the land of BMW. A German reposte to the Valentine.
The "sexy tank" from 1986 that established the template for high-end SLRs for over 30 years.
Long before today's retro-styled cameras, there was the quirky O-Product from 1988.
Another from the great Ettore Sottsass, a mini piece of architecture for your office desk.
The iconic Olivetti Valentine, designed by Ettore Sotsass in 1969. Still one of the greats.