During the 1970s and 1980s, the company furnished numerous embassies, especially on behalf of the Tunisian Republic in Poland and other countries.
In 1986 it started furnishing hotels, producing the boiserie and furnishings for the restaurant of the Grand Hotel in Rome.
In 1990, Franco Monzio Compagnoni, through Studio Schmidt of Lausanne, was awarded the role of creation of luxury furniture for the Rolex Offices in London, located in a building built by the Adam brothers. Thanks to English environmental constraints, all the furniture was reproduced in Adam style, the style of the famous British architects. In the same year, it supplied furnishings to Hotel Elio Cabala in Marino, then the retreat of the Italian national soccer team at the World Cup.
Its next projects was the furnishings of the Hotel Principe di Savoia in Milan and the Hotel Duca in Milan (now part of the same Principe di Savoia), Hotel Locarno (now part of the Westin Palace in Milan), and the St. Regis Hotel in Florence.
In 1991 the company was entrusted with the prestigious renovation of the Grand Hotel of Milan, including the Giuseppe Verdi room, where the famous musician died. Legend has it that in Via Manzoni, where the Hotel and the Scala Theater are located, coachmen covered the hooves of their horses so as not to disturb the great master as he lay dying.
In collaboration with Massimo and Maurizio Papiri, Philip Starck and other famous architects, Franco Monzio Compagnoni constructed Lukoil's Moscow offices in Moscow and the offices of Jaber III Al-Ahmad, Sheikh of Kuwait until 2006, as well as furniture for the Sultan of Brunei, and the Libyan government's People's Committee meeting room in Tripoli. Recently, Franco Monzio Compagnoni was also the luxury furniture manufacturer for the Antibes Villa of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.