Look for a range of recovered items at Oibo Re-Design, offering chairs, mirrors, lamps, and other pieces of furniture with a story to tell. The artist reclaims materials and gives them new shape and a new functionality, so a discarded item finds a new purpose and a new life. You'll find all kinds of quirky stuff there, including pots and pans and other items that can make interesting and unique gifts or mementos of your trip. To keep your luggage light, ask the owner to ship your purchases. Plan your Oibo Re-Design visit and explore what else you can see and do in San Gimignano using our San Gimignano attractions planning tool.
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Tired of ceramics and cheap souvenirs? Find this back street near the Porta San Matteo (north gate) and across from the restaurant Cum Quibus and say hi to Elena at her shop. She finds the most... more »
As you do, we stumbled across this shop, and were drawn in by its quirky designs. Brilliant talent, showing passion for what we usually dispose of! We just bought a photo holder, but could have... more »
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