There is a special place in the heart of Milan, an old factory that has inherited the noble tradition of terracotta. It is "Fornace Curti", where it is possible to relive particular emotions related to clay and creation of sculptural works.
The factory consists of a group of buildings built at different ages, combining very old structures while respecting their original characteristics. It reminds so much a medieval village, crossed by courtyards and staircases surrounded by porticos and laboratories. The dominant color, besides white, is that of terracotta, of a red and warm shade, unique thanks to its ingredients.
In this charming place clays are treated with the greatest respect for tradition. And it is precisely here that a historic extruder model MVP-2 D built in 1948, to day the oldest Morando machine still operating, used for the de-airing extrusion of clay loafs of 20 Kg, suitable for further processing of plaster and wood hand molding.
We are proud that it is precisely the ancient Fornace Curti, an inflexible witness of quality and beauty, to own and exploit our oldest machine, a symbol of sturdiness and capacity to guarantee in time an irreproachable after-sales service.