The art of cabinet-making
Yes, because that of Bottega Ghianda is certainly the art of carving wood determined by the skills and mastery of meticulous and careful artisans. And these skills have made it possible for the designers to shape their creativity.
An artisan workshop founded two centuries ago that has held firm to the traditions associated with woodworking while adapting to new trends also thanks to big names in design and architecture who, through their creative suggestions, have fascinated us with the essence of the Sahel Desert. From Farfallina, the natural beech wood chair designed by Álvaro Siza from Portugal, to Mario Bellini, who, with Cartesio, a square dining table in natural chestnut, acacia, or heat-treated ash wood with aluminum applications, reissued the one he designed in 1962; from the Jamais Content bookcase in satin Ceylon satinwood with brass details designed by Marc Ferrand, to the Oscar stool in oak wood and smooth leather designed by Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland. www.bottegaghianda.com