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Ebanisteria Meccanica

Design | October 3, 2019 |

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Ebanisteria Meccanica
Design, quality made in Italy and a unique style.
Objects of high manufacture and complements of furniture and utility with fine finishes.

Albert Einstein said that everything should be made as simple as possible, but no more simplistic. Without disturbing one of the greatest physicists and philosophers of history, this sentence is perfect to convey the mission which the creations of “Ebanisteria Meccanica” come to life, a unique reality in the panorama of style and the made in Italy craftsmanship, where objects takes shape with a new and original design. Achieving an elegance that, despite the current trends, never becomes old-fashioned. Have you ever cracked a nut with a standard nutcracker? Then, it must have happened to you too to struggle, scattering the shell everywhere and, perhaps, even getting hurt. Yet, shouldn’t cracking a nut be a simple operation? This is how Aladino was invented.

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What is Aladino? The original nutcracker machine that combines practicality and style, overcoming the concept of a tool in order to become a design object. Aladino, entirely handmade with Iroko and Wenge handcrafted wood and completed with all the solidity of stainless steel for lever and double-measure mechanism. See how it works on IG. Aladino is naturally a nutcracker by vocation, but its unique and unmistakable style makes it a decorative object, whether a complement or an original and refined gift idea. Just like all Ebanisteria Meccanica products: Libreria ad incastri in solid Oak and Wenge wood, the Disquadro coffee table and the mobile Versatile . Or in the sinuous forms of the Servomuto in Wenge, oak and beech; because timeless elegance can also be transmitted in an object of apparent simplicity like this. Form and substance.

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Because the work of the cabinetman has always been to combine these two elements into unique alchemies. And Ebanisteria Meccanica, from three generations, carries out this noble and ancient tradition. “Today the goal is to revive an almost-forgotten way of working, to create objects with a soul that is the result of research and a passion for art” – says Diego Moretti, CEO of Ebanisteria Meccanica – “In our research we are guided by the love for human wit which is also ultimately expressed through simple mechanical devices that can make life easier, without renouncing to beauty and to the aesthetic taste. Ebanisteria Meccanica creates high-quality products and priceless finishing, as well as classic furnishing and utility objects, through a “handmade concept” that gives way to creativity and to tradition, without “surrendering” to the temptation of everything and immediately with a mass production and the use of numerical control systems. Also for this reason, each piece is truly unique. And behind every creation signed by Ebanisteria Meccanica there is a story. Discovering it is the first step to affirming the value of this craft that, through the unmistakable scent of wood, joins single art and tradition in an indissoluble marriage.

more. www.ebanisteriameccanica.com

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