Falegnameria Falegnameria Imbesi is born of the passion of Domenico Imbesi, who at an early age starts learning the art of woodworking. Back in 1924, aged 14 he moves to the nearby town of Messina, in order to learn how to make furniture and components.
In just over four years, with the help of his brother Giovanni, he starts up his own cabinet-making workshop, which went on to became a learning place for many young workers who specialised in the art of woodworking.
Today the company is still run by two brothers, namely Enrico and Gaetano, who share the same passion and dedication for woodworking as their ancestors for making furniture and much more from wood. Bookshelves, study rooms, bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, single pieces, solid wood doors for indoor use, false ceilings, sacred furniture (tabernacles, ambos, altars, benches and rontispieces) and any other work already designed or to be designed.
The business is traditionally owned by just one person and was left by Domenico Imbesi to his grandchild Gaetano in 1978. In 1997 it was left to Enrico Imbesi, who is still running it, despite the many difficulties affecting businesses in Italy today. Enrico carries on the work of his ancestors with passion and dedication.