Sometimes called “the place that doesn’t exist,” Furore is a corner of the Amalfi Coast whose purity and simplicity is exceeded only by its majesty. Halfway between Sorrento and Amalfi, just below the Path of the Gods, Furore is the hidden gem nestled between rough cliffs and the sea that derives its name from the roaring of the waves in stormy weather. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, it is officially considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Furore counts only 800 permanent inhabitants. It is not easily reachable, but once there, you may never want to return from whence you came.
Many have been inspired by Furore’s charms and colors.
In this collection we sought to reference all that makes Furore such an otherworldly place.
The resins we chose reference the village’s natural wonders, ceramics, vegetation and all the art it has inspired, including Rossellini’s film “L’Amore” and many works in ceramic and bronze.
The Leonardo Furore has a vintage shape that harkens to the past. It is soft at both ends, making it balanced even when it is uncapped. It has a flexible clip with a rotating washer for carrying it in a pocket or pen loop with ease.
This is a truly special model befitting this truly singular and spectacular place.