The workshops of the jewellery-making school
The school is located in a large artisan workshop in the historic centre of Florence, between Piazza Santo Spirito and Piazza Pitti. It consists of various separate environments, with workshops and design classrooms all interconnecting to facilitate interaction among the various disciplines.
This environment consists of 22 fixed work stations for students, fitted with whip drills, grinders and sanders. Each work station is also equipped with a toolbox containing round-nose pliers, narrow flat pliers, half round-nose pliers, large flat pliers, welding scissors, clasps, fire tongs, brushes, collectors for metal filings, fretwork wands, large flat files, large half-round course-grain files, large half-round fine-grain files, triangular needle files, round needle files, flat needle files, set small-needle files, goldsmith’s hammers, watchmaker’s clasps, "bicycle wheel spokes", double decimetres, compasses, and rubber hammers.
The complete toolbox allows students to have everything on hand that is necessary for their training.