Foglizzo, who specialise in crafting and supplying high quality leather segments for use in luxury yachts, private planes, helicopters, hotels, private residences, restaurant and shops, recently attended the Monaco Yacht Show in September. The company was established in 1921 and is based in Torino, Italy.
The company has two main branches: the Classic Family, with 10 products available in over 300 colours all ready on stock to supply small and medium size orders within a few days, and the Full Custom family branch which allows clients to customise their own product. Clients are able to choose from the top quality hides from all over the world with any desired colour or effect (one or two colour pieces, metallic or antique effects etc.) with over 500 embossing patterns available. The leather is treated with water, for hydro and oil repellence, as well as Thermo Leather that reduces the overheating of hides when exposed to the sun, Micro-Perforated for acoustic leather or First Class, non flammable leather.
The Foglizzo range also features selections of exotic and reptile skins including: Zebra, Perch fish, Galuchat, Eel, Crocodile, and Python. The company also offer an installation service particularly for complicated projects such as leather tiles, panelling, and Venetian blinds.
Recent luxury yacht projects by Foglizzo include:
• M/Y Opal (110 M). Design by: Alberto Pinto Interior Design
• M/Y Sea Force One (54 M). Design by: Luca Dini Design
• M/Y Meamina (59 M). Design by: Studio Massari
• Wally The Dream (40 M). Design by: Cristiano Mariani
• Wally Indio (30 M). Design by: Wally
• Viareggio Super Yacht Roma (62 M). Design by: Viareggio Super Yacht
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