Six companies, a turnover of EUR 2.5 million, 4,000 square meters of workshops where you can breathe the scent of precious woods and beeswax. 30 craftsmen who combine the use of the modern equipment’s with the manual finishes to realize live products that carry the passion of the designer and the skillful touch of the cabinetmaker, passing from the throrough selection of materials to the precise realization, to a careful and professional installation.

Rossano Brambilla

Rossano Brambilla

Rossano Brambilla

The laboratory was established in 1960 by the inventiveness of Virginio Brambilla, to restore and hand embellish car dashboards, executive airplanes, helicopters and prestige boats.
SHARE

Valter Alberto Colombo

Valter Alberto Colombo

Valter Alberto Colombo

Thanks to his father's inspiration and to his technical studies, Valter combines the latest technologies and traditional techniques to create solutions of fine workmanship
SHARE

Gianfranco Perucchini

Gianfranco Perucchini

Gianfranco Perucchini

The Perucchini's workshop's story begins with Attilio who, in the ‘60s, decided to develop his experience gained in his sector opening his own joinery. His son Gianfranco, who took over the company in 1991, started using CNC technologies alongside craftsmanship and traditional woodworking.
SHARE

Guido Villa

Guido Villa

Guido Villa

Each product is pre-assembled in the workshop, making concretely visible what the designer had fixed on the paper; the manual finishes and painting crafts complete and refine each realization.
SHARE

Samuele Villa

Samuele Villa

Samuele Villa

Villa Riccardo's joinery was born from the passion of a family thst spent six generation producing wooden doors and windows.
SHARE