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Assogiocattoli is the non-profit association, designed for all companies in the sector based in Italy. Registration is open to all companies operating in the production, marketing and sale of Christmas ornaments and ornaments, toys, games, carnival and party items, model making and childcare products.

Italian tradition at your service.

In 1947, Assogiocattoli was born at the Italian Federation of Various Traders. Today the association has a unique history in the national territory and represents, with more than 150 members, almost all the companies that operate in the sectors of reference. Since 1947, we protect your interests. Assogiocattoli is present in Confindustria through federvarie.


Together with us, Italian companies are growing.

In today's competitive market, decisions are taken that affect your company closely. For this reason, associating is better, today more than ever. A solid and united category, represented and protected in the institutions, can make the real difference in today's market. And it can grow.


​​Accademia di Belle Arti 

The institution was born September 24, 1750 by the will of the Venetian Senate as "Veneta academy of painting, sculpture and architecture": The first director was Gianbattista Piazzetta, the first president Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, flanked by councilors Gianbattista Pittoni and Giovanni Maria Morlaiter.


Among the artists who taught at the Academy are Piazzetta, Pittoni, Tiepolo, Hayez, Nono, Ettore Tito, Arturo Martini, Alberto Viani, Carlo Scarpa, Afro, Santomaso, Emilio Vedova, Riccardo Schweizer.


The Project of a jewel with Incastro

The design of a jewel, with its exhibitor, created with the game of construction Incastro. The object, realized in groups composed of two students, took place in collaboration with the company Incastro ( which provided each group with a kit of pieces of the construction system in plastic material with the same name. The design of a jewel (a bracelet or necklace) was required, which, using the proposed construction system, explored the possibilities and the compositional potential of the modular repetition of a single element. It was allowed to work on the pieces with decorations, colors or coatings and it was also possible to glue the pieces to give greater stability especially when they were connected at an angle. The decoration should not make the underlying interlocking structure unrecognizable. Pieces were not allowed to be drilled or cut.

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