Andrea Alberti 


My formation

After having obtained the five-year high school diploma at the upper secondary school (artistic with carpentry specialization) in Cortina d'Ampezzo (Italy), I continued my studies in Val Gardena (Italy) by studying for three years at the Professional School for Wood Sculptors, obtaining the two titles of "wood carver" and "wood sculptor"

Working with wood is a real art, and in this area, carpentry and sculpture are professions that have ancient origins. To be a professional in woodworking, you need a deep knowledge of the subject and technical ability.


Carving and sculpture are not simple hobbies but art forms that are based on specific knowledge and training. Technique and knowledge of art are the foundations of sculpture and form the basis of each of my unique works, carved or sculpted in wood.

In addition to the artistic woodworking that derives from my studies, I learned the techniques of woodworking and carpentry for furniture and finishes of various kinds in the workshops of the "Ampezzo" artisans. 

Where I work

My work takes place mainly in Cortina d'Ampezzo (Italy), both in terms of artistic sculptures and carpentry.

Over the years, I have had the opportunity to collaborate with other colleagues with whom I have carried out numerous prestigious furniture projects in Cortina d'Ampezzo.

In addition to Cortina d'Ampezzo and its surroundings, I have worked in various areas of Italy. I also have some clients outside of Italy.

Whom I work for

In addition to private clients, I create commissioned works for the best architects in Cortina d'Ampezzo, such as Ambra Piccin, Luca Menardi, Alessandro Fantina, Mauro Valleferro, Gianluca Ghedini and Maurizio Mattioni, and surveyors such as Nicola Fazio, as well as decorators such as the textile decorator Gabriella Maria Sammartini.

Real estate and construction companies trust me to realize their projects.