There is no modernity without tradition Tinosana is deeply convinced, so much so that she decided to celebrate her passion for carpentry with.
THE CARPENTER’S MUSEUM: A PLACE OF THE HEART IN WHICH TO RETRACE THE HISTORY OF WOOD, INAUGURATED IN ITS FIRST SPACES IN 1987 THE MUSEUM IS TODAY CONSIDERED A CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE HIGHEST PROFILE
In its rooms are on display ancient tools useful for woodworking, from all regions of Italy. Original objects that tell the story of the carpentry from the seventeenth to the twentieth century, with a special attention to the raw material, wood, investigated both from a productive and cultural point of view. The museum also houses a space dedicated to bicycles, the symbol of Italian popular culture to which are linked important sports traditions. Tinosana, in particular, made 220 wooden bicycles tested and patented by Bianchi. One of these is also on display at the Museum of Science and Technology in Milan, as well as at the company’s headquarters.