Vero of Riva 1920 is the fruit of an attempt to create a product that is simple and immediate, inspiraed by certain objects that in our imaginations evoke memories of real wood and craft skills.
The aim of the design was to give a new twist to a genuine icon like the old milking parlour stools.
The seat and the legs, positioned at the extremities of the "softened" parallelepiped, created a single volume where the wood removed in the working allows the structure to emerge without freeing it completely.
The idea was to carry out a procedure leaving as few traces of disturbance as possible, to shape and make an extraordinary material lighter without making any concessions to ornament or superfluous interpretations. Any movement of the wood, small cracks or splits, and upon receipt of the goods is at a later date, are to be considered completely normal and typical of a product made entirely of solid wood and are no cause for complaint.