How it all began
FM Bottega d'Arte started in 1978 as an carpenter’s workshop. It was opened by Aldo Mazzarolo, a wood craftsman who had received solid preparation at several workshops in the Bassano area, which is famous for made in Italy furniture making.
Thanks to Aldo's entrepreneurial skills, in 1982, his workshop became an authentic business, boasting commercial contacts with countries such as Germany, France and Belgium.
The production grew and new lines of modular furniture were added to the original catalogue, which met the growing desire of the customers to personalize their homes. The reference market then expanded to non-European markets (Asia, Central America) and the company starts collaborating with design studios to create complete environments that met the needs of increasingly demanding customers.

With the addition of the program dedicated to kitchens, in 2009, the furniture range was completed, making it a target for the entire home. A showroom of over 500 square meters was also inaugurated, where the various collections can be viewed; in 2011, a modern furniture line was added to those already present, with a more essential design compared to the previous ranges.
Since 2013, foreign commissions have become the core business of the company, with work in Kiev, Monte Carlo, Prague, and Miami, which have earned important prizes for the company. In 2016, the company made its first appearance at EuroCucina during the Salone del Mobile in Milan, presenting new collections in an impressive stand that became the most photographed one at the event.
Today, FM Bottega d'Arte targets architects, planners and interior designers in Italy and abroad, with a particular focus on the Russian area market.