The profile of Bruno Zampa’s company has developed by combining a wonderful land rich in history and artisan tradition, synonym of quality, culture and Italian style, and industrialization, allowing a position as leader in the field of classic furnishing.
Bruno Zampa is located in Cerea, northern Italy. Andrea and Laura Zampa are leading the company, being second generation since the establishment of the firm. Bruno founded the Company, with his name, in 1960. At first, the factory produced frames for sofas. In the 70’s the upholstery was started to provide our customers with the final product.
During the 90’s Bruno’s son Andrea and daughter Laura took active part in the enterprise, introducing research initiatives, widening the product range and offering colours and fabrics always up to date; at the same time, alongside production, the marketing department was developing, as it was able to offer a product properly represented by its own brand.
In 2000 the product range was further widened with curtains and various textile accessories. Today the company presents itself as one of the most fashionable brands in the classic textile market.
Currently our web page is not representing the whole range of Bruno Zampa furniture collection that is on offer in our salon.
If you have questions regarding the products of Bruno Zampa , which are not represented here, you can send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or get acquainted with catalogues and samples of materials (trim, upholstery ,etc). in our studio in a cozy atmosphere with a cup of coffee. The company managers will listen attentively to all your wishes and requirements for furniture, and together with designers will help think through the concept of the interior, choose the appropriate Italian furniture or furniture designed and made in any other country.
Find out more about the range and capabilities of our offers you can in our showroom, Gertrudes street 2.
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Ģertrūdes 2, Rīga
Pirmdiena - piektdiena 10:00-18:00
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