“The master of the house” (el parón de casa), towers over the city of Venice: it is the St Mark’s bell tower.
Sturdiness, solidity and majesty are the characteristics that the Parón table replicates, becoming the master (el parón) of your home.
The thousand and one silhouettes of the Rialtina chair reflect the thousand and many natural configurations of the namesake islands, the dawn of Venice.
A lone mooring post stands tall in the lagoon waters: the Palina is one of the iconic symbols of Venice, found along the city’s many streets and canals.
Close friends gather around a table for a ciacola, the typical Venetian chat, just like the wooden poles of the briccola are gathered together by a metal ring.
Venetian taxis are THE transport system in the Lagoon, and an internationally recognised symbol of style, elegance and attention to detail.