Green Fairy Garden Gate

Green Fairy Garden
Green Fairy Garden

La Forgia started as a dream of owner Enzo Cinquegrana more than 20 years ago. A sculptor frustrated with the art gallery scene, Enzo dove head first into forging as a method to express his sculptural abilities. When he discovered forged metal could satisfy his need to create sculptural forms and his desire to have his work be useful for more than just a glance at an art gallery, he knew architectural ironwork was his passion.

He tempered that passion with years studying under American, French, German, and Italian blacksmiths to acquire as much knowledge, history, and innovative techniques as he could. These traditions created not just the professional know-how, but the cultural essence that goes into all the works of La Forgia.

“Culture, especially a client’s culture, is the backbone and the foundation of the work created here. It bleeds through any design and runs down each project to absolutely steal the viewer and pull them in to whatever idea or culture the client wants to express.” -Enzo Iron

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