The New Era of Craftsmanship: The Florence Factory

Via dei Neri, 6-8 rosso, 50122

Tuesday-Sunday 11am-7pm


Florence has long been a city of craftspeople. From the days of Leonardo and Michelangelo, where ornate Renaissance crafts ran supreme to the shift to the intricacy of fields like textiles, metalwork, and ceramics in the 17th and 18th centuries. It’s always been a hub for creative types.

While the city is known today mostly known as a travel destination, the dedication to preserving and valuing craftsmanship still reigns supreme, and one store is making a point to highlight the new generation of craftspeople in the city and throughout Tuscany.

On one of Florence’s busiest streets, where crowds gather to queue for a panino from the renowned Antico Vinaio, you’ll find Florence Factory, the minimalistic concept store that showcases the finest contemporary craftsmanship of Florence and Tuscany.

All the exquisite objects in the collection are meticulously designed or handcrafted by talented Tuscan designers and skilled craftsmen. From stunning jewelry and high-fashion pieces to exquisite ceramics and even avant-garde 3D-printed design objects, this store offers a diverse range of artistic creations.

The store serves as a testament to the rich tradition of craftsmanship in Florence, showcasing that today it is not merely a nostalgic homage to the past, but rather a vibrant and dynamic landscape where contemporary designers push the boundaries of creativity. Through the fusion of traditional techniques and innovative ideas, they create captivating and truly unique designs that embody the spirit of contemporary craftsmanship in Florence.

Everything in the store is available in limited quantities and are often unique pieces. From simple and affordable options to intricate and exclusive designs, there is a wide range of price points to cater to different preferences and budgets. Whether you’re looking for something accessible or seeking a truly one-of-a-kind treasure, you’ll find a diverse selection that caters to all.

Discover more about the Florence Factory by visiting there website.

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