Postcard

Shirin Persia: a dream that has become an artisan company

With a new post­card we go to Iran, magi­cal ancient Per­sia, an incre­di­bly lar­ge and mul­ti­fa­ce­ted coun­try, with arti­stic and arti­sa­nal ori­gin. Ala Aza­d­kia accom­pa­nies us in this fan­ta­stic disco­ve­ry, tal­king to us from Tren­to about her pro­fes­sio­nal adven­tu­re that is stric­tly intert­wi­ned with the human one. Ala is Ira­nian: a mecha­ni­cal engi­neer the­re whi­le here …

Shi­rin Per­sia: a dream that has beco­me an arti­san com­pa­ny Leg­gi altro »

Fragrances and Flavours Memories in The Hadmade Pastries of Zagarella

Right besi­de Saint Peter’s, whe­re the ancient fur­na­ces baked and sha­ped the bricks for the buil­ding of the Basi­li­ca, one sin­gle broad street runs bet­ween the rail­way on one side and the slo­pes of the Gia­ni­co­lo on the other. Some other short stree­ts inter­sect it. Amid­st lies the Church of San­ta Maria del­le Gra­zie alle …

Fra­gran­ces and Fla­vours Memo­ries in The Had­ma­de Pastries of Zaga­rel­la Leg­gi altro »

Sancesario Bijoux: precious, timeless jewels

The arti­san tra­di­tion is mostly foun­ded on a strong fami­ly lega­cy, which ena­bles it to endu­re the hard­ships of life. In our post­card, here is the sto­ry of San­ce­sa­rio bro­thers, for 40 years now com­mit­ted to the rea­li­za­tion of exqui­si­te, uni­que bijoux. Two small pre­cious ‘bou­ti­ques’ embed­ded in the arti­sans’ cen­ter of Roma are the …

San­ce­sa­rio Bijoux: pre­cious, time­less jewels Leg­gi altro »

Vincenzo Verdesca, Creative Designer And…

This week the post­card is dedi­ca­ted to a young, ver­sa­ti­le arti­san, who is only 33 years old, but has almo­st a deca­de of expe­rien­ce. His name is Vin­cen­zo. He was born in Salen­ti­no di Galan­ti­na, near Lec­ce (he is very proud of his ori­gin), and he has been living in Rome for 12 years. Good morning …

Vin­cen­zo Ver­de­sca, Crea­ti­ve Desi­gner And… Leg­gi altro »

Spaces, Lights and Colors on Fabiana’s Stage

The jour­ney of ‘Fat­to a Mano’ in the arti­san­ship world con­ti­nues. This week, in the post­card, we want to explo­re that ‘Midd­le Rea­li­ty’, bet­ween truth and appea­ran­ce, that invol­ves all the craf­ters of thea­tre. Our inter­viewee is, in fact, a roman sce­no­gra­pher, who in the­se last years has desi­gned and rea­li­zed some of the most …

Spa­ces, Lights and Colors on Fabiana’s Sta­ge Leg­gi altro »

The Glassmaking Italian Legacy in Beatrice and Aldo’s Story

Today “Fat­to a Mano” Post­card is dedi­ca­ted to two glass masters, Maria Bea­tri­ce Cesa­ri and Aldo Fra­sca, who have their work­shop in the cen­ter of Roma. For­ty years of acti­vi­ty dedi­ca­ted to resto­ra­tion, research, and crea­tion of pre­cious, beau­ti­ful objec­ts: your work seems more like­ly to a string of anec­do­tes, adven­tu­res.  How did it start? When …

The Glass­ma­king Ita­lian Lega­cy in Bea­tri­ce and Aldo’s Sto­ry Leg­gi altro »