Algranti Lab is the studio-atelier founded in 1997 by Costanza Algranti, a sophisticated “recycling designer”, now run by Pietro Algranti. Furniture and custom-made pieces created by using recovery materials. There is only one secret: the full comprehension of the material’s potential and being able to transform the material without distorting its nature. Wood, iron, copper and aluminum are turned into tables, kitchens, beds, chests of drawers, armchairs, lamps and mirrors. Unique creations which have been showcased at Milan’s International Furniture Fair and reviewed in the best specialist magazines. All one-of-a-kind pieces, just like the materials they are made of.
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Via Guglielmo Pepe, 28, Milano, MI, Italia - ph. +39 349 3188432 - https://www.algrantilab.it
Once upon a time there was the then seventeen year-old Lorenzo Borgheresi, who from 1953 used brass, copper and coloured glass to produce the star lantern, the historic and most representative symbol of his work. After this other models were created, including the Veneziane and the Lampioni Fiorentini, or Florentine streetlamps, all in antique style […]
Two brothers with a passion for metals and everything that can be derived from them in terms of home decor. Daniele and Chiara, artisans with their hands the first, with the designs and the choice of materials the second. The inspiration for the models winks at the retro lines of the ’30s and ’40s, but […]
Grassina (FI)Home Decor
An adventure that started in 1952, when Piero and Luana, a twenty-year-old couple, opened their business in lampshade production. The rest is history – a history replete with lamps, chandeliers and accessories, made of various materials, from wood to iron, culminating in the use of precious fabrics for lampshades. All products are made employing the […]
SlowTile, born in 2018, in Florence, stems from the encounter of the “special artists” of the “Made in Sipario” social cooperative with the Tuscan tradition of hand-glazed terracotta tiles, in collaboration with architect Leone Pecchioli, and expresses, in eight different “creative gestures/decorations,” their particular and unique creativity. A veritable “gymnasium” for training and experimentation, that […]