PAOLINI & SBARBARO
If our challenge is (always was and always will be) that of managing to install a modern machine within a building dating back to centuries ago, in which the only vertical access is represented by anciently magnificent staircases, well, we did it, and more than once.
It is way back in 1913, now one hundred plus years ago, that our history began, or rather, what more than three generations managed to preserve over the course of an entire century. This is the story of the birth of the Paolini & Sbarbaro SRL Firm, a company which, despite time, still manages to stay loyal to principles such as craftsmanship, devotion, but most importantly, humanity.
The firm was founded in the historical workshop located in Via Margutta, a well-known street in the city of Rome, due to it being the cradle of many artisan companies which, over the years, acted as real symbols for Made In Italy products. Now and for the last one hundred years, Paolini & Sbarbaro SRL has been and is a guarantee of craftsmanship, for a work requiring quite the technical baggage, coupling it with what we call modern design.
Thus, Paolini & Sbarbaro SRL is born in the twentieth century, a time define by history experts as one of great urban development. The intuition of our ancestors consisted in developing a company which could come to the aid of people living in Rome's beautiful palaces, with a need of satisfying a simple need, precisely that of comfort.
Even today, many owners of historical buildings located in the Italian Capital requested the help of Paolini & Sbarbaro SRL for the installation of such systems. Thanks to them, but most importantly thanks to our grandparents's intuition, the firm stands today as a reference point for the industry of lifts and elevators, all over the Italian territory.
Yet, the history of Paolini & Sbarbaro SRL doesn't stop with its foundation.
It is populated with small victories and works which are now visible even within cultural buildings open to the public.
Namely, Villa Savoia's elevators have been under our continuous maintenance, while our technicians even had free access to the Quirinale, precisely for maintenance duties on its elevators. Without mentioning elevators within the most important institutional venues of that time, our history still goes on today with many works acting as our own portfolio in Italy.
If our challenge is (always was and always will be) that of managing to install a modern machine within a building dating back to centuries ago, in which the only vertical access is represented by anciently magnificent staircases, well, we did it, and more than once. How? Through the design of elevators which were able to completely preserve the building's architecture, and yet also managed to efficiently performed the function for which they've been conceived: moving people, comfortably.
This way, through our work, Art and Tech managed to pass their trials, with a result capable of providing beauty and practicality. Our elevators effectively retain that artisan soul they always had ever since our company was founded, but today, that very soul evolved towards further modernity and technology.
For over a century we have been designing your lifts, installing them, taking care of them.
That same modernity-imbued craftsmanship has been expressed in several historical architectural context, i.e. the implementation of the very first automation system for the sliding gate located on the Altare della Patria, already designed back at the time of Architect Giuseppe Sacconi, but also the lifters which were patented and built together with the collaboration of Architect Gae Aulenti in Palazzo Altieri, Rome, and further, at Palatium Vetus in Alessandria.
After one hundred years, Paolini & Sbarbaro SRL still retains that same spiriti, designing each and every solution based on single needs, truly taking care of each project.
Paolini & Sbarbaro is present and operates throughout the territory of Lazio, Umbria and the province of L'Aquila.
More than 100 years providing design, construction and maintenance services