by Fabrizio Aimar
“I have always had a predisposition for craftworks. After the humanities and 4 years of apprenticeship, in 1997 I opened my company from scratch.
The workshop was established by my great-grandmother Giuditta Brozzetti in 1921; during World War I she discovered that in the state capital countryside women retained and used ancient textile techniques. After the return of veterans from the front, she decided to open a business drawing on the glorious Umbrian textile tradition, then move on from mother to daughter to me, which I represent the fourth generation.
Since 1995, I manage the workshop and, like any woman of the family, I have modified the production according to my character and my tastes. I am an interior designer and I love to create new stylistic and chromatic combinations. Today, more than ninety years after its founding, we manufacture the typical Umbrian fabrics with medieval and nineteenth-century techniques, yet; but to them I approached an eclectic production line for furniture, specifically designed for each customer.
I think for me, as for many women, weaving is rooted in the ancestral memory. The see your article grow up every day is a source of great satisfaction, because while you finish an item you already have in mind the next project.
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