Florence Factory Craftsmen
30 CRAFTSMEN IN A UNIQUE LOCATION
At the Florence Factory shop you can find a collection of top-level craftsmanship products coming from the Florentine hidden workshops, historic manufactures and emerging designer studios.
Companies with over 150 years of history coexist with makers and designers in a diverse selection of the most important sectors of Florentine craftsmenship and the new needs of the most conscious and advanced customers: you.
Cristiano Pagnini is a goldsmith, sculptor and jewelry designer. His spectacular jewels are widely reknown as artworks that crosses the boundaries of art and jewellery.
Far away from seriality, poducts are made one by one, with passion and great care; starting from the creative idea, every stage is totally made by hand, cutting to piercing, sewing to manufacturing, never using machines but only time-proven tools.
Nora is a work/shop for contemporary jewelry makers and lovers. A collective of artists and craftsmen who takes inspiration from all the different world traditions and techniques.
Craftmanship as familiar cultural heritage. Bianco Bianchi continues to produce Scagliola masterpieces with antique techniques and preserve Scagliola Museo their “Bottega”
Giulia combines design and handcraft, recovers old crafts understanding them in a modern tone. Fashion, acessories, cases and bags always hand made and Limited Edition. From the whole manufacturing process there is no waste left.
Marina is an artist and craftsmen who carves and sculpts wood creating frames, jewels and other objects. We specifically chose
her wooden fruits as handmade production archetype.
Atelier Giannini & Kuwata
The 6th generation continues the “Fiorentina Paper” tradition, which takes its name from Giannini’s anchestors, using antique techniques in modern manufacture.
From the hills of Florence a collection of objects of everyday use, where the values of tradition are perfectly blended with a contemporary language.
The history of Fratelli Traversari begins in Florence with the founder Arturo in 1870. Actually they produce with three different techniques: Micromosaic in enamel glass with spun tessere, Mosaic in enamel glass with cut tessere and Florentine mosaic in natural hard stones.
Alberta – Interior & Exclusive Clothing – is a hidden atelier inspired by a contemporary revision of the Italian vintage style, focused on design and fabrics selection. Each piece is designed by Giulia Mondolfi and hsndcrafted in Florence.