The Sticotti V Bench (2000) and other works by Argentinean architect-carpenter Alejandro Sticotti have a modernist foundation: He takes the constructive and rational influences of the Bauhaus and Scandinavian modern, adds American Shaker and 1950s design elements, and merges them with the materials and sensibility of his native culture. “My collection relies on a large proportion of manual work that uses rich woods from South America,” Sticotti says. Petiribi wood, known for its beautiful grain and strength, gives warmth to this elegant bench. Not recommended for outdoor use. Made in Argentina.
Solid wood slats, V-shape legs and round spacers.
Use this bench at the end of a bed, in a hallway or for dining. Place two benches end to end for an extra-long seating area.
Petiribi wood complements the walnut pieces in our assortment.
DWR is the first national retailer to bring Sticotti’s designs to North America.