AtelierGK Firenze

AtelierGK Firenze was established in 2010 by Lapo Giannini and Michiko Kuwata, integrating six generations of family history and over twenty years of experience in bookbinding, conservation and crafting of novelty items. In their works, traditional Florentine techniques merge with the simplicity and essentiality typical of Japanese culture. Objects created ex novo or restored, where East and West meet, giving life to small and large jewels of stationery and home décor.

AtelierGK Firenze

Monday to Saturday 10:30am - 1pm and 4:30pm - 7pm
Borgo San Frediano, 133R, Firenze, FI, Italia - +39 373 7303272 - http://www.ateliergk.wordpress.com

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