Faenza is a town in Romagna historically known for its ceramic production, crossed by the ancient Roman road, the Via Emilia, between Imola and Forlì, at the foot of the Apennines. It stands out from other Italian cities for its ceramics of exquisite craft, including decorative objects and objects of interior design. The name itself represents a particular type of ceramics (maiolica) in many languages, including French (faïence) and English (faience).
Teleconference and other technologies mean that we no longer need to be close to our customers.
Our office is in Corso Baccarini at number 26, near the International Museum of Ceramics and the railway station.
Exit the railway station and walk along Viale Alfredo Baccarini. At the traffic lights, continue straight on Corso Domenico Baccarini until you reach our headquarters at number 26.
The nearest airport is Aeroporto Marconi Bologna.