ProgettoArte

The ProgettoArte began about 15 years ago in a very picturesque location, a cave of the famous Sassi of Matera, specifically to restore this precious Heritage. Today ProgettoArte, while remaining active in this area, produces lighting fixtures, building products, furniture and ornaments made from tuff. Each product is made by hand by craftsmen, along with designers and architects of international standing; each is designed to be seen and touched, so as to enjoy all the little “imperfections” that make this stone so alive and beautiful.

ProgettoArte

Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 7 pm. Open Sunday morning
Via Bruno Buozzi, 20, Matera, MT, Italia - +39 0835 330827 - http://www.progettoarte.info

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Decorative Arts
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Sassi in miniatura

A scale model reproduction of the Matera Sassi quarter has been the main activity of this workshop located in the historic centre of Matera since the start of the 1990s. They are unique pieces that charm both the tourists and the residents: for the latter, they have become a traditional gift. The workshop also makes […]

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Decorative Arts
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Cusenza Marmi

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Valderice (TP)

Decorative Arts
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Peotta Bruno & Geom. Luigi

Started in the early 1900s, the Peotta Bruno workshop creates and exports across the world elegant hand-carved sculptures in Vicenza stone. The company is currently run by the fourth generation of a family of skilled sculptors and boasts a collection of over 2,500 items. Refined and innovative artifacts for both indoor and outdoor use. Tradition […]

Alte Ceccato - Montecchio Maggiore (VI)

Decorative Arts
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Pitti Mosaici

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Firenze