The Rotterdam design stool is a wooden object with an unrivalled style, available in a high and low version. Especially in the low version, you can appreciate what is the inspiring motif of the work, that is the famous cubic houses by Dutch architect Piet Blom built in the city of Rotterdam.
This stool designed by the designer Giovanni Tomasini for the Italian furniture factory Riva 1920 is a clear example of how geometric rigor can be transformed into something extremely original and nonconformist.
The refined collection of solid cedar pieces is the flagship of the company, all completely natural and finished by hand without the addition of any treatment. The cedar of Lebanon is an evergreen conifer whose wood is characterized by an heady strongly balsamic scent, given off by the resin which also has a natural anti-moth effect.