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// From concept design to the generation of prototypes, Centrostiledesign today is a unique pole of excellence in the nautical sector where projects are followed entirely to realisation.


Studio Ti, founded in 1990, is a mechanical engineering company specializing in industrial products. An uninterrupted commitment to researching advanced technological solutions over the decades has made it possible to offer a personalized design aid for each customer, with tailor-made solutions, in a vast range of sectors, including:

  • Farm machinery

  • Earthmoving machinery

  • Construction vehicles

  • Building machinery

  • Automation

  • Handling technologies

  • Railways

  • Defence

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Davide Cipriani

ADVANCED project factory
in the nautical industry

In three decades Centrostiledesign has experienced its own important mutation sea change, evolving from a core of strong dedication to mechanical design, into a company also embracing naval and yacht design.

In a short time we have become a dynamic working group, made up of a team of highly qualified professionals supported by the most advanced technological systems. The integration between design and engineering, a holistic synergy that has always been the basis of the company philosophy, allows us to offer customers speed, precision, and control of their product, with the most effective results.

Molds and models in fiberglass are realised at the headquarters in Imola, located in the heart of the Motor Valley, with the guarantee of accurate quality monitoring and constant control of the production progress. The company is also highly skilled in the creation of scale models and manuals supporting the finished product.

Centrostiledesign, thanks to its vast experience accumulated over the years, stands out not only for its work within the nautical sector, but also for its significant and prestigious collaborations with leading industrial groups, such as the Stellantis Group for the Maserati, Fiat, and CNH brands.


The aesthetic quality and the corresponding charm of a product are integral part of its true usefulness.


Davide Cipriani
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