Mantellassi 1926
Metaphor of taste and style made in Italy.

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Without history there is no identity. Mantellassi 1926 is well aware of this, an extremely dynamic Tuscan company that has been able to face the challenges of the market and globalization with determination, anchoring itself even more firmly to the cultural roots of its social, cultural and artistic context, to assume a role as an ambassador of Italian luxury style in the world. The Mantellassi adventure began in 1926, with destinies intertwined with romantic traits and almost fairy-tale family chronicles. A decidedly positive message, which encouraged the new generations to continue their journey decade after decade with confidence and optimism..

Synthesis of craftsmanship and glamour. Constant research of multi-material solutions. Waltzes of messages with precious 3D volumes. Furnishings that interpret the future vision of an unprecedented living in its classical style, unmistakably 'fashion in Tuscany'..

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Today at the helm of the company Nicola Remo Mantellassi, fourth generation, and his wife Roberta. They work together with a group of collaborators built to achieve a single goal: to acquire increasingly high skills in a world that no longer concerns only sofas and armchairs, but collections that include total look furniture, studied in detail to be unique and reflect an overwhelmingly distinctive luxury. Wide range of furniture proposals rich in artistic suggestions, from single piece to turnkey, for exclusive environments destined to last over time. From the bedroom to the living room, from the study to the dining area, from the kitchen to the bathroom, whether it is a private home, a yacht, a public space or a hotel.

Mantellassi 1926 entrusts the production to authentic masters of the ancient Tuscan school: founders, decorators, chisellers, expert cabinetmakers, skilled craftsmen of wrought iron and the art of lighting work for an excellent quality of execution, creating pieces that play on the expectations of those who love 'in style' furniture made in Italy, in a continuous dialectic between craftsmanship and industry. With a strictly all-Italian production, a true luxury that few companies can still afford. And it makes available to architects, interior designers, contractors and end customers a team work able to design every single piece of furniture in a completely personalized way, combining the ideas of the clients with the classic styles of the Neo Baroque and Decor Glamour concepts.

This is the great 'Italian know-how' of Mantellassi 1926: projects that start from an emotional nucleus that is not necessarily symmetrical and move towards paths of artistic reinterpretation of different styles, in which craftsmanship and attention to trends dialogue to express an idea of high level interior design.
It is the culture of the project, in all its aspects, the central pivot around which Mantellassi 1926 revolves. in this, collaboration with major international architectural firms has been the keystone of its growth.
Everything that flows from the design and creativity of this lively production reality is the result of a passion and lifestyle, a legacy of generations, which translates the author's language with free interpretation.

90 anni 'in style'
First after the war. The manufacturing production of the province of Pistoia is distinguished by vitality and innovation. In the districts of Quarrata, Agliana and Montale, groups of artisans stubbornly join together to reconstitute small companies specializing in weaving and furniture craftsmanship. In the early years of the fascist period the new activities began to have a real productive growth. Thanks to the job opportunities that emerge, a process of urbanization of rural populations takes place. Second after the war. With the integration of small production centres, poles specialized in the production and trade of furniture and furnishing objects were born. It is precisely those furniture factories, the first sketches of specialized industries, that represent the common thread that unites Quarrata, Agliana and Montale and form a link with Prato in a continuum of houses, workshops, factories, warehouses, warehouses, intersected by fields and living spaces. In this context, the Mantellassi industry, founded on 8th April 1926 by a talented upholsterer, Macario Mantellassi, his son Remo and his wife, Elisa, was born in Quarrata, a small village whose inhabitants went from being peasants to being artisans. At first it helped to finance the enterprise and then to guide its destiny. Elisa is not only one of the many examples of ante litteram women-managers, often forgotten or disowned by the Italian economic and social historiography of those times. She is also a fine example of the importance that women have had and continue to have in the management and success of the Mantellassi 1926 industry, from its origins to the present day.