Our work is the result of planning, experience, discipline and devotion to the craft. With a trained eye for quality, we combine traditional craftsmanship with cutting edge innovation.

Our focus on research and development keeps us ahead of trends, not only meeting new demands from designers and developers, but satisfying our own curiosity.

Buttons cutting
CNC & 3D printing
Finishing Department
Laser department
Metal moulding
Spray coatings & digital printing

Made with love in Italy, India and China

Each of our facilities features the same machines and expertise, enabling sharing of information and production techniques and making it possible for us to offer the same product from each facility.
The team spirit between our factories is a great example of how a common purpose surpasses any cultural boundary. Come visit if you get the chance – we would love to show you around.

Mozzo, Italy

In late 2014, EU Design acquired Bottonificio Fenili SRL, an over 100 year old button manufacturer in Italy. Not just a button maker, Bottonificio Fenili turns buttons into poetry. The facility is state of the art and the know-how and attention to detail is exemplary.

Sonepat, India

India is where our most important raw material comes from. Opening the factory in Sonepat, 2 hours from the Delhi airport, has taught us – and our clients – that “Made in India” can be as impeccable as “Made in Italy”. Since 2012, we have seen this facility produce real horn, dye corozo and bone, laser and enamel and varnish buttons in a variety of materials. It is immensely gratifying to see its evolution.

Shantou, China

Our goal when opening this partner factory was to become a fully vertical producer of urea buttons, while jointly operating production in real horn and bone, corozo, wood and leather. We’ve since focused on constantly improving our product, reaching higher levels of quality and service.

Our Hong Kong Research & Development shop and our commercial partnership with the Shantou factory work together to test first and industrialize after the production of novelties or the implementation of new finishing techniques.