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Falegnameria Antonacci

Falegnameria Antonacci
Falegnameria Antonacci
the art of wood between tradition and innovation
Falegnameria Antonacci
Falegnameria Antonacci

The meeting between the millennial trade of the carpentry and the Antonacci family takes place in a small district workshop, from the comparison of the hands of a child with the first nails to be straightened. We are in post-war Italy in 1948 and that child is Matteo Antonacci, a young boy. The history of Antonacci carpentry is also linked to the Roman district of Montespaccato, which grew rapidly and uncoordinated during the economic boom years. In those years, the company had been quickly structured, soon to be appreciated by customers and establish close relationships with the first architectural firms. These are years of hard work where woodworking places firm roots in the Roman entrepreneurial fabric.

In 2008, the shop moves to an industrial warehouse, the work units become specialized departments and the robotic precision of work centers of excellence have been added. In the same years, contacts cultivated over the years include Antonacci carpentry in a virtuous circle of orders, allowing the company to specialize in contract service for luxury hotels and in the implementation of ambitious interior design projects.

Antonacci joinery is firmly established in the Italian industrial craftsmanship, employing twenty employees and sees its work being requested and appreciated around the world. From Switzerland to Hawaii, passing through Paris, Monaco, London, then New York and even Miami, Antonacci carpentry presents itself to the international market with its roots, bringing with it the Italian passion and the value of traditions, wisely kept in the hands of the artisans and that give life to the enterprise. Thanks to the ability to adapt to styles and projects extremely heterogeneous in form, but united in the method, in the request for a luxury carpentry, which does not tolerate imperfections.

"Transforming the material is a beautiful and complicated feeling, having respect for the material you work in. The wood I love the most to work is walnut, although in recent years wood is worked with marble, leather, brass and with many other materials, in a material mix that was unthinkable years ago. When I think of a source of inspiration, I think of Frank Lloyd Wright and Carlo Scarpa" Stefano Antonacci said.

The meeting between the millennial trade of the carpenter and the Antonacci family takes place in a small village workshop: from the comparison of the hands of a child with the first nails to be straightened. We are in post-war Italy in 1948 and that child is Matteo Antonacci, a young boy. The history of Antonacci carpentry is also linked to the Roman village of Montespaccato, which grew rapidly and uncoordinated during the economic boom years. In those years, the company was quickly structured, soon to be appreciated by customers and establish close relationships with the first architectural firms. These are years of hard work where woodworking places firm roots in the Roman entrepreneurial fabric.
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