Vitae stool by Riva 1920

August 17th, 2011 by retail design blog

A new idea of Riva 1920 realized in scented Lebanon cedarwood or in American walnut wood. Its shape reminds the characteristic threads of screws, basic elements for any kind of construction. At the same time, the word “vitae” brings back to the concept of existence and to the circle of life, something the Riva brothers pay a lot of attention to, through practices such as environmental friendliness and respect for future generations.

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