Since 1997, Motherphen has been supplying the most exclusive retail furniture galleries around the world, from USA to Australia, South Africa and Dubai, with handmade furniture crafted from luxurious materials such as wood, brass, bronze, hand blown glass from Venice and Florence, Tuscan and Ligurian marbles, and alabaster from Volterra, for both lighting and furniture.
For those looking for an original and luxurious custom project, Italian marble stone resins, hand-blown glass, and metal artisans provide an unparalleled collaboration of materials to create one-of-a-kind pieces. From intricately sculpted sculptures to ornate home decorations, Italian marble and glass artisans offer unlimited possibilities to bring any vision to life. with all types of patina that you made need on your creation
Unique organization that combines innovative design, traditional craftsmanship, and customer customization to create custom lighting and furniture. The team of skilled and experienced artisans works to combine traditional techniques with modern materials and technologies to create stunning and unique pieces which are tailored to the customer’s exact needs. Designers work with clients in order to create bespoke pieces that meet their exact requirements.
“Montephen” is an eye-opening experience into the world of Italian craftsmanship and luxury furnishings. Montephen is a team of carefully selected artisans who specialize in creating resplendent furnishings from brass, stone, marble, and other materials. Each project is meticulously crafted with the utmost attention to detail and precision, resulting in the highest quality products. The team takes great pride in their work and strives to exceed the expectations of their customers. From the selection of materials to the intricate craftsmanship and finishing touches, the process is a true work of art.
Parma City is a unique Italian town, heavily influenced by a French aesthetic yet still keeping its traditional Italian flavor. Nowhere is this melding of cultures more evident than in the stunningly beautiful pieces of furniture created by the masterful Edmond Petitot, pieces that now grace the walls of the Quirinale in Rome, the heart of Italy