Our story

After studying at the Institute of Art in Terni, taking part in various local exhibitions and following his self-taught artistic skills, by the end of the ’70s Claudio Andrielli was now an expert in decoration. It was then that, together with his brother Giorgio, he set up the Andrielli artisan workshop Andrielli Giorgio & C. snc.
As soon as the company was founded, thanks to Claudio’s artistic skills, it specialised in the study of colour and created various furniture finishing techniques such as restoration, lacquering, distressing and gilding, as well as developing particular wall effects, such as Venetian plaster, the ‘spatolato’/spatula technique, antique plaster and trompe l’oeil.

At the end of the ‘80s, the artisan workshop began working with the architects Vivai del Sud, on major projects in Rome, Geneva, Milan and Monte Carlo.
In the early years of the ‘90s, the company’s enthusiasm and professionalism led to its collaboration on the design of stores such as Gucci in Lugano and Terni, and Bulgari in London, New York and Singapore.

Another important relationship has been the ongoing collaboration with Celi S.p.a. of Stroncone (province of Terni) on the design of the Hotel Brunelleschi in Florence, the Banca Sannitica bank in Benevento, the Diocletian Museum, the Sheraton Hotel in Rome and the Auditorium Parco della Musica, also in Rome.
Important projects for the company include the restoration work undertaken on the Church of Madonna Alta in Perugia, the Trevi Theatre, the Theatre of Monte Castello di Vibio and the Levasher Castle in Geneva.

In 1997 we furnished the hotel Relais Todini, using wonderful decoration and trompe l’oeil.
At the same time, the company ventured into the yachting sector, providing lacquering services for the shipbuilding companies Canados, Itama, Diano and C.R.N. of the Ferretti Group.
During the mid ‘90s, the acquisition of the joinery increased the possibility of producing furniture for interiors for commercial premises, homes and yachts, whilst continuing to maintain the clientele built up so far.
Today, the company enjoys collaborations with C.E.L.I. S.p.a., the yacht manufacturers Azimut-Benetti S.p.a., the shipyards T. Mariotti S.p.a., C.R.N. S.p.a., Canados S.p.a., and C.N.M. S.p.a. Negozi Mabro.
Thanks to the experience acquired, the company has taken a passionate and methodical approach to its work, continuing to develop, not only in terms of work in the industrial sector, but also in terms of its activities of an artisan nature, for which it has always been renowned.