Home The violin Gallery About


Artur Stanislaw Wozniak, Designer from Oslo, Norway along with his friend Luca Maria Gallo, Master Luthier from Cremona, Italy, decided to challenge the existing violin design paradigm.

The project was born in Oslo and began as a fantasy about all the possible variations on the violin form. Crucial to the success of this project was Artur and Luca’s keen attention to details and materials and their three decades of experience in design. In addition, a constant search for innovation, functional improvement and beauty were certainly the most important factors in the development of a new violin design.

Perfect functionality and modern design emphasize the sensual lines that are so essential to the design of the new violin. About nine-months later, using all the proven traditional techniques and secrets of the old masters, the new violin was completed.

Artur Wozniak


Oslo, Norway

+47 906 08 124

Luca Maria Gallo


Cremona, Italy



Cremona is a city and commune in northern Italy. The city of Cremona is known for its musical history and traditions, and is the home to some of the earliest and most well-known luthiers, such as Giuseppe Guarneri and Antonio Stradivari.

The violin underwent its greatest transformation in northern Italy from 1520 to 1700. In the last 300 years, several attempts were made to change or improve existing design. None of those attempts successfully challenged the traditional / classical design standard.


Oslo is the capital and most populous city of Norway. What it lacks in classical music history and traditions, it makes up for in its strong contribution to the growth of scandinavian design

Photo: Jacek Dylag/Unsplash