“In today’s world, with the noisy mass culture, it is easy to lose one’s own identity and focus on detail. Superficiality rules the game, and love for everlasting stuff may fade away. In this kind of world, Martini’s brand gives back its own estimators what seems to be lost nowadays”.
This statement makes it clear to everyone why Martini’s is truly different from the masses. If innovation, result of the constant search of a further way of delighting more and more demanding customers, is the distinctive trait of Martini’s products, a persistent touch of artisanal tradition is never abandoned, especially thanks to the forty-year experience of Francesco Martini and his collaborators, main source of competitive advantage.
The refined artisanal approach and the strict attention to durability and reliability have become not only a mere statement of quality, but also an unavoidable element of every single product falling under the name of this brand.
The bond between the impeccable internal structure and the refined leather upholstery on one hand, and the superb design concept on the other, makes these artisanal products great protagonists of the scene: once you get into the living room, it is impossible for you not to notice the armchair, just to quote one kind of product.
Colors seem to contribute substantially to this outstanding look, with red leading the way. This is possible not only with a carefully checked artisanal process of coloration, where every step is the result of a deep study of modern and excellent techniques, but also with the pursuit of the best quality of leather throughout Europe (and not only).
Shapes tend to be not too sharp, even if an appropriate word to describe them would be “loud”: every piece is a perfect balance between distinction and adaptability to any kind of environment, and versatility is in direct proportion with the neutrality of colour.
If modernity is your priority but you do not even think about renouncing to durability and timelessness, then you should really take a look at Martini’s website.