FDI History

In the last twenty-five years, FDI has dedicated itself to the vast world of decoration, restoration, and painting, and has been continuously specializing in the creation and realization of painted murals in private residences, hotels, and sacred places by using Roman to Renaissance, and Neo-Classical to modern styles. Although it has worked in many parts of the world, he has principally worked in Europe and the United States.

The most important characteristic that is found in the products of the FDI workshop is the preservation of traditions that come from the most fascinating and far away past and therefore, the choice to maintain many of the work procedures that have been handed down from generation to generation and that are associated with technical choices and procedures that are the most relevant to today’s society and needs, from both a technological point of view and that of a manufacturing point of view through the realization of drafts that are often done by the use of computer and the realization of pictures that are mainly done on canvas, shipped, assembled, mounted, and given any touch-ups in the final destination.

From 1989 to today, FDI has had vast and itinerant work experiences thanks to the many job requests from various parts of the world.

In fact, in the last fifteen years, FDI has had increasing job requests abroad, which has expanded its job references towards the United States and also South-east Asia.

Some important projects can be found in Malaysia, in California, in Florida and in various parts of Europe and certainly in Italy.

The approach towards the clientele is to listen to the buyers’ needs and indulge them as much as possible through the presentation of most explicit drafts that are also accompanied by a preliminary estimate.

Once the estimate has been accepted, FDI begins work on a more detailed draft and when necessary, accompanies it with a few decorative samples that help to focalize attention on the choice of colors and the decorative style itself.

The next phase is to start working. At this point the customer can ask for photographic and personal updates and occasionally the possibility to see the work in progress through the use of the web.

Architectural elements or particular structures, such as domes or rounded ceilings, usually inhibit FDI to do the work on canvas and make it mandatory to work directly on site.

Once the painting is done, the canvases are shipped to the destination where FDI assembles them, installs them, and makes any touch-ups.

Through this manufacturing process, FDI allows the concerned site to proceed without any hindrance and at the same time, is able to respect the worksite’s timeline.