Conservative, decorative or artistic: restoration is an art and its golden rules allow passionate artisans, devoted to attention to details, to give life and beauty back to every object. There are no standard solutions, there is no improvisation: the perfect restoration is a meticulous choice between
colors and materials, between techniques and applications, between past, present and future.
Decorative restoration, revisiting of the classic. Sycamore armchair from the early 1900s; decorative restoration made with pigments dissolved in wax; cover in cotton/linen fabric. The capitonnèe finish, present both in the backrest and in the seat, is an example of revisiting a classic.
Decorative restoration. Baroque armchair and chair; finished in silver leaf melted in wax. Upholstery made with “animalier” printed velvet.
New concept of the classic, revisited in a modern key. Liberty armchair; decoration of the wooden part made with water colors and natural pigments. “Roberto Cavalli” velvet upholstery.
Decorative restoration. Liberty sofa and armchairs; meticulous decorative restoration of wooden parts and coverings. A second skin, a double soul: when beauty is recreated, design takes shape.