The history of Ebanisteria Meccanica began in 1931 in Sassari, Sardinia.
The founder, Diego Moretti, chose this name to emphasize the extent of an epoch-making transformation, namely the passage from manual woodworking to mechanical working, thanks to the advent of new machinery. Today, thanks to the founder’s grandson, who bears the same name, Ebanisteria Meccanica aims to recover the tradition of craftsmanship by offering ingenious products of great aesthetic and functional value.
In every creation of Ebanisteria Meccanica, whether it is a bookcase, valet stand or a nutcracker, we continue to experience and live that family knowledge that has united three generations of artisans and has remained intact since 1931.
Nowadays, the brand's philosophy is extremely clear: working with the machine and not for the machine, trying to find that delicate balance between man and traditional carpentry machinery, always placing at the centre the role of the artisan who takes care of the entire production process.