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ABOUT GHC LUSSO

GHC

The history of GHC is strongly rooted in the passion and pragmatism of its founders. Here the tradition of craftsmanship and the love of excellence meet a contemporary view of design.

A profoundly human business with a strong professional ethics, arose in a unique place to offer a refined and intimate lifestyle. Craftsmanship is an absolute asset in GHC’s ideology.

The Italian manufacture stands out decisively with a perfect balance of product quality and style. The fibre is worked in such a refined and precise way that it maintains its delicate nature and enhances preciousness. Springing from the passion for tradition and what is handmade, the working techniques express harmonious lines and exact proportions. This creative purity is revealed by a recognizable and timeless design.

Attention to detail means primarily choosing the finest raw materials and then ensuring quality to each single stage of the business process.

 

 

OUR MATERIALS

We use premium materials, such as full-grain leather, waxed canvas, and solid brass hardware. We source all of our materials with great care from some of the finest suppliers around the globe, from United States to Italy.

OUR DESIGNS

Every GHC product is designed with the input and feedback of a global community of painter artists and photographers. Our designs are handcrafted by a dedicated team that pays meticulous attention to every detail. The art of handcrafted tradition and the love for excellence braid themselves in a contemporary planning vision.

GHC’s designs offer up an exclusive modern style, consistent with the brand’s philosophy. It’s a distinctive taste away from boundaries, conveying both functionality and aesthetics. An harmonious and detailed style, where simplicity stands for understatement.

 GHC’s product asserts the same natural passion of love, smile and dream.

 

OUR NAME

This Italian story of three entrepreneurs began in 2010 in the heart of Roma. Georgio Lombardo, a painter artist known with his intelligence in mixing colors in his painting, Hades della Robbia, a storyteller passionate about the art of photography and Caetano Vincenzo who was a great sculptor infused his classicism with a strain of sentimental piety and naturalistic detail, while he drew inspiration from the sculpture of the Florentine Renaissance. GHC today is a sign of luxury, art and chicness.