Lukas Jahn

Fedrigoni

“Tintoretto,” “Stucco,” “Materica,” and “Sirio Pearl:” Such expressive names have called attention to the Italian manufacturer of high-quality paper Fedrigoni since 1888. Approximately 20 collections, over 120 types, and more than 3,000 different papers fascinate the viewer, speak to the senses, and arouse emotions. Paper that’s typically Italian. Fedrigoni offers a wide range of high-quality and specialty papers and has set up a comprehensive service for providing samples. Designers, manufacturers, and printers can choose precisely the kind of paper that meets their needs. Whether for business reports, brochures, packaging or books: Fedrigoni papers are always the right choice.

Fedrigoni
Stiftgasse 21/13

1070 Wien
fedrigoni.at