Padovan Luigi

Viale Al Lago, 10 - Farra d'Alpago (BL)


0437 - 46830


0437 - 459469



The firm, established in 1959, took over the business of the current owner's grand-father, who began as a carpenter in 1929 in Farra d’Alpago.

The firm's production then focused on wooden furniture and window and door frames.

In 1962 the company moved into a larger office, better equipped to meet the needs of the market, where in 1978 the son Luigi, the current owner, entered as a collaborator.

Alongside the production of furniture and wooden frames, following an increase in demand for household objects, the company began to produce wooden articles for the kitchen. Afterwards, these items started to be created also as souvenirs that tourists of the Alpago valley requested  as keepsakes or gifts.

The production currently includes about ninety articles such as cutting boards, trays, fruit platters, stools, salt pestles, etc.. These items are sold in the store at via Al Lago 10 (opening hours: 8.00-12.00 and 14.00-18.00).

Production of wooden articles for the kitchen

Trays, plates, salt mortars, key holders, mail holders, stools made of beech and maple wood (products turned on a lathe), as well as of fir and pine wood, all local wood from the forest of Cansiglio (around ten kilometres away), all hand painted.

The company has chosen to use non-toxic water-based products, certified since 2000.