A boutique is the home of a business. This is especially true for luxury brands, which today rely almost entirely on Italian excellence to design and furnish their boutiques.
A success story in this area is the one of Tino Sana, historic Italian carpentry company, based in Almenno San Bartolomeo in the province of Bergamo.
Specializing in luxury furniture, Tino Sana’s products are a prime example of craftsmanship and excellence.
Tino Sana began working in the furnishing of stores and boutiques in the ’90s with Armani and Trussardi, to continue in 2012 with Isaiah & Isaiah, then with Missoni’s stores in Milan and Paris – in collaboration with the famous Spanish architect Patricia Urquiola -, the multi-brand space of the Richemont Group, and many more.
Tino Sana’s furniture is a point of reference for many luxury brands that put it in their boutiques. Recently Officine Panerai entrusted the Bergamo company with its latest opening in St. Moritz.
Gianpaolo Sana, who today runs the company with his brother Guido, explained that they are looking for concepts able to recall the philosophy of the brand Panerai, always inspired by the world of sailing. He also stated that this is for them a fascinating challenge, a thought-provoking mission, made even more stimulating by the fact that they share the same values with Officine Panerai: the love of design, the respect for history, the scrupulousness with which they tackle each project and the upmost excellence.
Tino Sana is a showpiece of the excellence Made in Italy.