Flexible production methods enable the company to create and design special ranges for companies, and associations who intend to diffuse their products by means of one or more Archivia articles or for design studios who, with their customers, wish to engage in promotional activity.  

Here you can find a list of some of our customers and some of the authors of the drawings.

On the covers of these notebooks and accessories – introduced  in ranges –  are buildings belonging to  a recent past, which are etched in our memory, or which might sometimes have been forgotten, but also buildings belonging to contemporary architecture, with the addition of industrial design pieces and icons.
The faithful reproduction of original drawings on the covers, whose reproduction rights are  granted by their architects and designers, comes with a photograph and a description in Italian and English on the inside if needed.
Whether it be a sketch, a preparatory drawing, a detail of engineering precision or a technical drawing, it makes the article quite unique.
Silk-screen printing is a step of the production process and a time consuming technique which sometimes requires hours of painstaking work in order to get it just right. Each product is progressively numbered by hand and made in Italy by a team of rigorously selected artisans. Attention to detail is obsessive: The quality of the stitching, binding and rough cutting equals the high  production standards and the choice of excellent quality papers.

One  distinctive mark of the entire range, which has given the brand an identity and made it stand out from the crowd, is  the 45° corners. This feature is practical too as the corner makes it easier to flip through the notebooks.
Foundations, Archives and Institutions
  • Fondazione Achille Castiglioni
  • Fondazione Franco Albini
  • The Kaplicky Centre, Foundation
  • Archivio Vito e Gustavo Latis
  • Archivio Ignazio Gardella
  • Archivio Giulio Minoltetti
  • Archivio Pier Luigi Nervi
  • Archivio Piero Portaluppi
  • Fondazione Biennale di Venezia
  • Teatro alla Scala
Architectural Studios and Designers
  • Giulio Minoletti
  • Michele De Lucchi
  • Benedetto Camerana
  • GBPA Architects
  • Andrea Morgante – Shiro Studio
  • Isola Architetti
  • Park Associati
  • Renzo Piano
  • Mariano Pichler
  • Cino Zucchi
  • Atelier Femia
  • 5 + 1 Architetti
  • CalviBrambilla – Fabio Calvi e Paolo Brambilla
  • RuattiStudioArchitetti
  • Ian Kaplicky
  • Elio Martinelli
  • Gae Aulenti
  • Ludovico Magistretti
  • Man Ray
  • Brian Sironi
  • Agneta Livijn
  • Alessandro Scandurra
  • Stefano Tropea – B22
  • Agneta Livjin
  • Renzo Piano
  • Tadao Ando
  • Jean Nouvel
  • Giuseppe Terragni
  • TAMassociati