Flavio Aquilina

The spirit of a trade of yesteryear gives new life to the creations of Flavio Aquilina and his wife Neve Marino, who since 1983 have been dedicated to the art of marbled paper. Flowing colours, unpredictable patterns and eighteenth-century motifs populate the products of this workshop in Naples, where, between tradition and modernity, papers, fabrics, wood and ceramics are made, decorated completely by hand. The production is limited, and for this reason also precious, and exported all over the world, recognized as a benchmark for quality and excellence.

Flavio Aquilina

By appointment
Str. Vicinale Soffritto, 72, 80126 Napoli, Italia - +39 081 5872272 - http://www.flavioaquilina.com

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