The Auction House Cambi was established in 1998 after long experience in the businesses of fine art and auctions. In 2004, Cambi moved their headquarter premises to Castello MacKenzie, a stunning castle-like building designed by art nouveau architect Gino Coppedè. With the relocation to this building, Cambi grew as a company, developing a high quality showroom.
Cambi is characterized by their thematic special auctions, where the auctions are based on niche sectors from ancient carpets to scientific instruments, and everything in between. Bids are placed at the auctions held at the Cambi premises. Before every auction, the items can be viewed either in the auction catalogues, or in their showrooms.
Besides their auction catalogue, Cambi has their own magazine called Cambi Auction Magazine where Cambi informs their readers about current events in their own business as well as in the rest of the world of art and auctions. Cambi Auction Magazine is published 1-2 times per year.
Due aste a scopo benefico, una vendita da record per Design200 (+48% rispetto allo scorso anno) e tanto, tanto online: ecco come la casa d'aste Cambi affronta con successo e positività questo momento complicato.
Il 30 giugno, Cambi dedica un'asta speciale alle arti di Genova, soprannominata "La Superba" da Francesco Petrarca nel lontano 1300. Tra arredi di pregio, ebanisteria, marmi e argenti, la selezione di 78 lotti è raffinata e decisamente imperdibile per tutti gli appassionati.