Our story started long ago…
In 1912, Ambrogio Verongalli took his first steps in the art of “ebanisteria” (cabinet making). That year, for the opportunity to join a workshop he was asked from the outset to make the tools he would need if he were to be hired as an apprentice. Only later would he learn the secrets of the craft.
Ambrogio was a boy of only eight years old, and yet 20 years later, in the 1930s, he succeeded in opening his own workshop far from his home village of Cison di Valmarino, situated in an area with centuries-old traditions of woodworking, which today is part of a district where large companies operate in the field of furnishing and design.
Three generations have now followed in his footsteps; his successors building on the technical and cultural wealth of their predecessors, aware of the importance of this in launching the company on an increasingly competitive global market. Craftsmanship remains the cornerstone of the companyís activities, with manual techniques – never abandoned or underestimated – remaining the beating heart in every piece produced. Today, Verongalli uses cutting edge machinery to obtain the speed and precision that the company has always strived to achieve, serving to supplement, rather than substitute, expert manual work.
Verongalli offers all the exclusivity of productions in limited runs and careful attention to detail, as well as experience passed down over more than 100 years of activity, expressed in fine, discernible, high quality craftsmanship. The sophistication of the products stems from the constant dedication of expert carpenters, who select and handle the woods to be used, skilfully examining each element and prime material. Beauty, longevity and reliability are the prominent features of furniture which combines technological innovation and design, entirely designed and made in Italy.