Our history

It was 1974 when Alessandro, the owner of the company, began working. He was a student who was fascinated by the world of textiles in the family business, which he later transformed into the far-sighted vision for the exclusive promotion and development of Made in Italy.

Since then, the passion for high quality fabrics became a great passion that pushed him to further his knowledge and develop specific skills in the sector.
It took years to understand, appreciate and master textile fibres, their weaves and finishes: since then, Alessandro has dedicated himself, with constant commitment and great enthusiasm, to experimenting with materials and creating ever more beautiful and innovative fabrics.

The worldwide trade of high-quality classic and contemporary fabrics has gradually evolved, also through collaborations with well-known brands in the sector, leading in 2005 to the creation of L’Albero della Cuccagna, a wholesale and retail business.
The love for textiles, shared by his sons Simone and Niccolò, led to the foundation in 2017 of Alessandro Bini Tessuti d’Italia, a brand which is representative of Italy’s renowned excellence in textiles.

Passion, experience and continuously having new ideas have created the need to expand the company.

The natural progression of the company led to the creation of the Alessandro Bini Contract division, specialising in the hospitality sector: not just a wide range of flame retardant textiles, but also complete turnkey furnishings.
The company’s development continued with the launch of a new company, AB Tessuti dal Mondo, in 2018, which markets textile products from all over the world, tastefully handpicked with a touch of Italian flair.

Alessandro Bini Home, a division that creates furnishing accessories exclusively manufactured in Italy was also created in 2019.
The expansion of the Group continued with the creation of AB Edil Florence in 2020, a service company supporting the Contract sector.

Alessandro Bini Group

The Alessandro Bini Group includes companies Alessandro Bini, AB Tessuti dal Mondo and AB Edil Florence, located near Florence, in the hills of Chianti.

Our Group has clear objectives, strategies and values, defined by ownership and shared by all members of the organisation.

The shared values that unite our Group, making us ONE COMPANY AND ONE BUSINESS are primarily:


Because we are always looking ahead, riding the waves of change and not struggling because of it, always looking for new answers to new questions, in the desire to offer our customers the most innovative textiles and furniture in terms of trends, colours which are always on-trend, technology and style.


Because we believe in having a relationship built on trust and partnership. Clarity and professionalism in our relationships with our customers, technical and stylistic support for clients’ choices, respect for delivery times, after-sales service, are all just some of the strengths that set our company apart.


Because we believe that working in a team, with mutual respect, is an asset for both the individual employee and the company, leading to the achievement of increasingly higher quality standards in customer service.


The company considers the creation of optimal conditions for workers’ well-being an absolute priority, both through continuous training and through the adoption of rigorous risk prevention measures in the workplace. The customer is given the same utmost attention, and is guaranteed safe textile products thanks to rigorous compliance with the requirements of current legislation in the design, manufacturing and marketing processes. 

Continuous training

The company promotes continuous training processes aimed at acquiring new knowledge and skills, necessary for workers’ professional growth and to guarantee customers product quality and accurate services. 


Environment, nature and sustainable lifestyles are particularly important to the company. Eco-sustainable fabrics are used in the sample collection.

Circular economy
The company is committed to the creation of a circular economic system designed to regenerate itself. The materials are reused in subsequent production cycles in order to reduce waste as much as possible.