GioBagnara is a manufacturer of high-end leather goods based in Genoa, Italy, that since 1999 supplies some of the best design and interior decoration shops, architecture studios, superyacht and private jet projects, epitomizing Italian craftsmanship and focusing on the art of living.
Having evolved from a family tradition that since 1939 has been active in the research and sale of elegant decorative objects, the workshop’s success is based on a thorough and learned study that combines talent, research and technical know-how.
The entire process is handled with expertise so that every single product is made with meticolous care from the very first steps to the end. A brand that is distinctive for elegantly designed creations that express luxury without ostentation, available in a colour palette of 200 leathers and suede, tanned in Italy and handcrafted to the highest standards using both traditional know-how and leading-edge technology. This approach to tradition and modernity led Giorgio Bagnara to experiment: he constantly pushes technical limits in his quest for objects that are both beautiful and relevant, and in doing so relies on the skills of the company's craftspeople.
Very quickly, GIOBAGNARA became renowned for its expertise, and its founder became a partner of choice for a large number of interior decorators and yacht and jet designers who called upon his know-how for special commissions.
New collections are released twice a year at Maison et Objet Paris, including their latest collaboration with Stephane Parmentier.
GioBagnara also offer debossing/embossing on their standard leathers and a comprehensive bespoke service.
FOUNDER OF GIOBAGNARA
Born into a family renowned for cultivating for three generations the art of living, Giorgio Bagnara became passionate about his calling at a very early age. In the late Nineties, after noticing that leather from the fashion industry was not considered enough as material for home accessories, he founded GIOBAGNARA with the goal of applying it to a complete collection. Along with his wife, Vanessa, he decided to move his design studios and workshops in the old docks of the Port of Genoa where, surrounded by the essence and beauty of that location, the company took a significant step forward.