“Here, in the surroundings of Caprarola, we discovered a place where a genius loci kindred to us lives. Hidden amidst century-old chestnut trees, we found an old farmhouse where an inspiring energy lives which we immediately felt familiar to us.
Thinking of giving it body through our work, imagining our object d’heart being born here was a natural and mutual desire.
And we look forward to showing you.”
opifìcio s. m. [from Latin opificium (which had only abstract signification: ” the making of a work of art, of a piece of work”), comp. of opus opĕris “work” and -ficium “-ficio”].