Since 1946, Salvatori has worked closely with architects, designers and builders providing not only a practical support, but also inspiring new ways of working with stone, which often challenge traditional thinking.
This approach, combined with an innate solution-finding mindset and an eye for finesse and aesthetics, has spread the name of Salvatori and has become synonymous with innovation, design and excellence worldwide.
Our headquarters is located on the coast of northern Tuscany, few kilometres far from the artists’ refuge of Pietrasanta, and near the impressive quarries of Carrara marble. Innovation is deeply rooted in the company’s DNA, and in fact we scored a world first right back in our earliest days when the founder, Guido Salvatori, invented the Split Face (Spaccatello) finish in 1950.
Working with clients such as Armani, Bergdorf Goodman, Louis Vuitton and Boston Consulting Group, we are proud to offer much more than just a product. We work side by side with our partners from the beginning of a project, offering advice on the stone, design, installation and maintenance, covering both the practical and aesthetic aspects.
Today the third generation continues the story of innovation with CEO Gabriele Salvatori and his brother Guido at the helm.
The quarries. Where it all starts.
Our headquarters are dominated by the Apuan Alps, home to the imposing Carrara quarries with their gleaming white gashes. For centuries man has hewn the marble from them, treasuring the stone for its qualities of permanence and endurance.
With such a backdrop to our daily lives, it is little wonder that stone is embedded in our DNA, shaping all that we do.