The idea of the first FERRONERO heater was born in 2005 on a Zanzibar beach, where an architect from Umbria, Sandro Marini, and a florentine blacksmith, Andrea Trambusti met by chance. This encounter was the first step on the way to create a new concept of heaters. The first model of Ferronero, Quadro, was drawn by Sandro Marini on the sand of that beach, wet of the Indian Ocean water. We are talking about an unconventional heater, designed as an art installation. Fine traditional artisanship meets contemporany design, where every piece is unique. A concept deeply connected to the art of transforming material. After that first draft in the sand, Marini and Trambusti went back in Italy and started the development of a prototype. Both a lovely friendship and the Ferronero company were born that day.The first series of Ferronero heaters was produced in Andrea Trambusti’s factory, a 60-year-old manufacture settled in Tuscany.