Project G.B. Grattoni

The story of the project

Project G. B. Grattoni was born to remind Giovanni Battista (called Titta), a master craftsman and expert in wood, and to continue to put into practice the values and passion that characterized his everyday life.
The project is biennial, thematic, and is aimed at young professionals, students and neo-graduates: architects, designers, artisans and creatives. Since 2010, participants are invited to try to design a complement of furniture.
A select and international jury examines all works received in an anonymous form and elects the winner and, when motivated, the mentions.
It was intended to call it “Project” because it doesn’t stop at a simple recognition but intends to go further to the completion and marketing of the complement, through feasibility studies, cost estimation, and definition of production timing.
Each winning project will bear the name of its creator, guaranteeing visibility and a royalities contract. So far, over 300 young people have participated in the previous themes, demonstrating how the enthusiasm of getting involved is the first step towards a path of personal growth rather than professional growth.
The Project G. B. Grattoni is promoted and owned by Casabella Grattoni1892.


Project G. B. Grattoni is not just a contest but a path of growth, sharing and passion.
Some of the young designers who, in the past years, have faced previous issues, have continued to participate actively in the Project by demonstrating how presenting the works is simply the first step towards new, sometimes unprecedented, opportunities territories


The G.B.Grattoni Project was born to remember Giovanni Battista Grattoni (called Titta).
The project is biennial, thematic and is aimed at young people. It was activated in 2010 and there have already been 4 editions that have had a remarkable success.

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