Bugatti designs and manufactures products for the table and kitchen, cutlery and small household appliances that are highly innovative and have an original and sophisticated design.
For 90 years, Bugatti proposals have been distinguished by the unique style in which high technology blends with Italian taste for shapes and details; links with the territory and craft tradition live together with the eyes open to the contemporary world and its values; from experience sharing to environmental sustainability.
Bugatti revolutionises the ‘simple and habitual’ daily rite of experiencing the home, by transforming it into an art, a gift, an emotion to be discovered every day!
Bugatti celebrates its ninetieth birthday: the company was set up in 1923 in Lumezzane (Brescia). It was founded by the brothers Giuseppe, Giovanni, Faustino, Giacinto and Amadio and its name also pays homage to the father who preceded them: F.lli Bugatti fu Amadio.
The company started off life as a professional workshop making nickel-silver and silver-plated brass cutlery but it soon acquired the first mechanical tools required to improve product features and streamline production. F.lli Bugatti was the first company in Italy to introduce the Polak pressure die-casing machine, thanks to which in 1928 the revolutionary brass-silicon alloy was created that is still known today as “Bugatti alloy”. It is the first of a long series of technological and formal innovations that will lead to the company making a name for itself in Italy and Europe and then establishing itself on international markets.
A continuous and exciting process in which the close relationship with the area and the family roots would combine with technological research, the style project, and shared experiences. In 90 years of business, Bugatti has lent its name to a series of company changes, growth and development processes, and talented designers but above all it has known how to imbue a large family of objects with its spirit and to link its story with the many stories of the people who have experienced these objects and continue to experience them every day.