The craft

Bespoke Metal Production

Discover the exceptional artistry of our skilled metal craftsmen, who bring your design pieces and interior visions to life. With their expertise in techniques such as bronze casting, patinas, and modern technologies like CNC milling, they meticulously shape and manipulate metal with precision and creativity. Whether you desire intricate details, textured finishes, or precise cuts, our craftsmen have the mastery to fulfill your unique metal crafting needs.

Metal Knitting

Metal knitting is a specialized technique that combines the rich Italian textile tradition with innovation and research in Metal Textiles.  Our focus has been on knitted metal fabrics, offering a diverse range of products for architecture, interior design, fashion, and EMI shielding materials. Our fabrics are crafted from materials such as brass, stainless steel, copper, and colored copper, ensuring both versatility and quality in our metal knitting creations.


Varnishing & Liquid Metals

Varnishing opens up a world of endless possibilities for achieving the desired finish, with options ranging from liquid metal to oxidation and power-coating. Liquid metal is a unique process of cold metalization applied through spraying, offering the ability to create stunning metal effects on surfaces such as metal, wood, or MDF. When applied to a textured substrate, it can beautifully replicate the look of metal casting, adding a touch of authenticity and sophistication to any project. With varnishing techniques like liquid metal, the potential for creativity and customization knows no bounds.


Metal Patinas

Patina is a thin layer of tarnish that forms on the surface of copper, brass and bronze as a result of oxidation or other chemical processes.
The artisans intuitive and expert hands manage the chemical process by soaking, rubbing and drying each individual piece.
The final colour is the result of a complex balance between chemicals and the time the metal has been exposed to them.


Metal Casting

A technique that has stood the test of time since the 3rd millennium BC. Discover the fascinating variations of this art, from lost-wax casting to sand and die casting. In the process, hot molten metal is poured into a mold carefully crafted to mirror the negative shape of a wax model. As the metal flows in, the wax model is melted and drained away. To create a hollow core, a heat-proof core is introduced to prevent complete filling of the mold by the molten metal. Materials such as bronze, brass, aluminum, silver, and gold find their artistic expression through this ancient craft. Prepare to be captivated by the timeless artistry of metal casting.

Metal Forming

Metalworking Machines

From metal forming to CNC milling, bending, turning, spinning, and calendaring, machines provide a vast array of techniques for working with the versatile material of metal. These processes enable the shaping, cutting, and manipulation of metal with precision and efficiency. Whether it's creating intricate designs, achieving specific dimensions, or enhancing the strength and functionality of metal components, these machine-based methods offer unparalleled versatility. Unlock the potential of metal and explore the limitless possibilities made possible by these advanced techniques.

Metal Forming


These versatile processes allow for the formation of complex shapes using various types of ductile metal tubings or plates. Traditional machines utilize bending techniques to shape the workpiece according to the contours of a die, enabling multiple bends and angles. In the evolution of this method, computer-controlled bending takes center stage, employing CNC press brakes that can be programmed to execute precise movements and angles. This advancement in technology enhances efficiency and accuracy in the bending process, providing greater flexibility and control over the final product's shape.

Metal Forming


Bending is a technique used to fold metal sheets into angular shapes. In the sheet metal calendering process, calenders—machines equipped with a series of parallel rollers—are employed. The metal sheet is inserted between these rollers, and the resulting shape and thickness of the object depend on the distance and curvature set for the calender rollers. This versatile process allows for the creation of various shapes, ranging from cylinders to cones, enabling the production of customized metal objects with different dimensions and configurations.



When high quality and repetitive welding are necessary it’s possible to use a welding robot station. The robot sits on a welding table and is completely automated to perform both the weld and handling of the parts.



There are many different welding techniques. The most common one is a high heat process which melts the base material with the addition of a filler material. The high heat creates a weld pool of molten material, that once is cooled off, forms a joint stronger than the parent metals. In Arc welding, the joint is created by using electricity, this creates enough heat to melt the metals only near the welding point. SMAW or stick welding, MIG welding and TIG welding all exemplify arc welding. Welding can be used to join brass, iron, stainless steel, aluminium.


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