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Surfacing FishEye is made of bricola wood, obtained from the timber poles that form the foundations of Venice, driven into the lagoon’s caranto layer – a mixture of solid clay and sand situated at great depths. In spite of...

The Bent Desk is made of resin and two wood planks  obtained from the Venetian Briccole poles preserving their natural live edges corroded by decades of salt water and sculpted by the lagoon molluscs.  The planks are cut into...

The Bent Console is made from a single Briccola wood plank, cut into three parts with a very thin blade. The edges of the plank are preserved in a transparent resin similar to the lagoon water that has...

Mareale is a stool with adjustable height made ​​from a slice of Venetian pole surrounded by a special transparent resin that encompasses and protects the precious and jagged edge carved by the lagoon shipworms. As the excursion of...

  The wood of Venice, immersed in a transparent volume with a satin whitish backdrop, seems to emerge from the fog of the canal revealing his intimate and secret beauty. “At break of day stars fade with envy...

Burano is an island in the Lagoon of Venice, famous for its lace. This plate is created with a slice of Bricola wood, the traditional timber pole planted in the Lagoon seabed, characterized by the tunnels carved...

The Chimenti low table is made of three planks obtained from the Venetian Bricola poles preserving their natural live edges corroded by decades of salt water and sculpted by the lagoon molluscs. In Venetian seafaring language, the Chimenti are the...

The round Chimenti is a variation of the first Chimenti table, and it's made of reclaimed wood planks obtained from the Venetian Bricola poles preserving their natural live edges corroded by decades of salt water and sculpted by the lagoon...

alcarol main action is sectioning. The foundations of Venice consist of thousands of timber poles, driven into the lagoon’s caranto layer – a mixture of solid clay and sand situated at great depths. During their stay...

Abyss is a real immersion in a Venetian canal. Touching the metal base you can see the scene with different light intensities, variables such as the weather and the sun in the historic lagoon city....