Bottega Del Monaco

The ceramics workshop in the Bottega Del Monaco is dynamic and youthful, and uses the heritage of the historic family workshop to create contemporary artisan projects. Manual skills and deep knowledge of the trade are combined here with the world of design and architecture. Vincenzo Annunziata and Anna Irene, the children of Orazio Del Monaco, are three young architects who enjoy experimenting, looking for new forms of expression. This is how they work, divided into three lines (Design, Food and Art), also the result of stimulating collaborations like the one with the Chef Andrea Berton and the one with the architect Italo Rota.

Bottega Del Monaco

By appointment
Via Santa Sofia, 6, 74023 Grottaglie, Taranto - +39 389 6599007 / +39 333 6924063 - http://www.bottegadelmonaco.it

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