The Library of Creativity

5000 publications, hundreds of thousands of textile swatches, 10.000 new textile swatches every year.

Our archive contains everything we have published since 1951 to date. It is the most important private textile archive in the world, thanks to the huge variety of the subjects covered and the hundreds of thousands of fabric swatches. A perfectly organized library which testifies to the Italian and European textile creativity from the second half of the 20th century to present day.

This precious cultural, industrial and historical heritage is at disposal of stylists, researchers, universities, fashion schools.
Our team is available to provide advice and researches on specific themes.

The subjects covered are: formal men’s fabrics, women’s fabrics, shirting, yarn-dyed plain fabrics, jacquard textiles for womenswear, casual textiles, printed fabrics on cotton and silk basis, small repeat printed fabrics, knitwear, printed neckwear, jacquard neckwear, interior decoration textiles (jacquard, printed, yarn-dyed).

5000 publications, hundreds of thousands of textile swatches, 10 thousands new textile swatches every year.

Our archive contains everything we have published since 1951 to date. It is the most important private textile archive in the world, thanks to the huge variety of the subjects covered and the hundreds of thousands of fabric swatches. A perfectly organized library which testifies to the Italian and European textile creativity from the second half of the 20th century to present day.

This precious cultural, industrial and historical heritage is at disposal of stylists, researchers, universities, fashion schools.
Our team is available to provide advice and researches on specific themes.

The subjects covered are: formal men’s fabrics, women’s fabrics, shirting, yarn-dyed plain fabrics, jacquard textiles for womenswear, casual textiles, printed fabrics on cotton and silk basis, small repeat printed fabrics, knitwear, printed neckwear, jacquard neckwear, interior decoration textiles (jacquard, printed, yarn-dyed).