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.
Monday to Saturday 9 am - 1 pm and 2 pm - 7 pm
Via Guglielmo Pepe, 28, Milano, MI, Italia - ph. +39 349 3188432 - https://www.algrantilab.it
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