The high quality materials, the stylish design and the use of the latest technologies allow the development of the handles, pull handles, escutcheons and design knobs, perfect for combining functionality en aesthetics.
Each Mariani collection product, that allows to create high quality products, is a concentrated ensemble of ideas and production quality of the most experienced craftsmanship. A conscious and coherent choice, in line with the principles of the professionals from all over the world.
Not only formal values but an actual style warranty to fit the modern taste and functionality needs. There is an actual research project around the making of every item, which aesthetic value stands in the merit, in the high quality materials and in their use.
Mariani: From Italy to the rest of the world
Mariani has a great experience acquired over the years and it is able to offer innovative, functional and aesthetically pleasing solutions. The high quality materials, the stylish design and the use of the latest technologies allow the development of the handles, pull handles, escutcheons and design knobs, perfect for combining functionality en aesthetics.
Each Mariani collection product, is a concentrated ensemble of ideas and production quality of the most experienced craftsmanship. A conscious and coherent choice, in line with the principles of the professionals from all over the world. That explains why, in addition to the commissioned projects in Italy, also important foreign costumers, have chosen Mariani due to its skills.
Mariani: the greatest international works
THE VENETIAN – LAS VEGAS
The Venetian: the biggest five star hotel in United States located in the Las Vegas Strip. It is an hotel and casino, paradise themed and Venetian-inspired, that reproduce on a small scale some of the main architectural masterpieces including the Doge’s Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, the Ca’ d’Oro and many others.
CARBONELL – MIAMI
The Carbonell apartment buildings have been recently added to the luxurious Brickell Key Island near to Downtown Miami. It is a 39 floors building that faces the Biscayane Bay on the Miami River, and the Brickel Avenues business district. The great entrance lead to the magnificent lobby, which includes the towering bronze Manuel Carbonell statue. The controlled access fast elevators bring you up right to the houses and business suites, the glass walls meet all the regulatory requirements for the energy efficiency and the wind resistance.
ROWAN LOFTS – LOS ANGELES
The Rowan Lofts, renovated in 2008, with their style, combine elegance, creativity and the Old Bank district style, a well known district in Los Angeles. Here are many of the oldest and known law and brokerage firms. It is considered as a symbol of the Beaux-Arts architectural style thanks to its fascination and charm. The living spaces and the business ones, are open and flexible, they gain beautiful nuances thanks to the Italian finishes that decorate kitchens and bathrooms, with mahogany frames of the large windows that offer natural lighting and a glimpse on the nightlife.
WORLD TRADE CENTER – BAHRAIN
The Bahrain World Trade Center is located in the heart of the business and commercial center and it overlooks the Manama seafront. This modern building consists of two sail-shaped office towers of 44 floors, the five stars Sheraton Hotel and the MODA Mall, hosting over 150 high-profile hotels, retail boutiques, modern cafes and elegant restaurants.
It is the world’s first skyscraper to have wind turbines which succeed in satisfying the energy requirements of the two towers.
The Bahrain World Trade Center is the perfect combination between lifestyle and business, it received many sustainable architecture and innovative design awards. The Mariani company also received commissions for huge villas in Abu Dhabi.
PETROVSKIY PUTEVOY DVOREZ – MOSCA
The Petrovskiy palace was built for Caterina la Grande and during the 19th century, hosted many official ceremonies of the Czars. In September 1812, Napoleon found refuge there, hiding himself from the several fires that shook Moscow. The building remained royal residence until, five years later, it became the base of the Zhukovsky Air Force Academy.
The most known graduates are Yury Gagarin, Valentina Tereshkova and the aircraft designers Sergey Ilushin, Alexander Yakovlev, Artem Mikoyan. During the 1990s, the building was closed for restoration works and then re-opened in 2009 by the mayor of Moscow, Yuri Lushkov, as the seat of the official government meetings.