The Loto Collection Shines a Fresh Light on Wooden Rods
Fresh Light on Wooden Rods
Everyday building products can take your creativity far if you only view them with different eyes and curiosity. Peca’s founder, Caterina Moretti, began the Loto collection with an exploration around turned wooden rods, the possibilities the shapes might create, and what the positive and negative space around them could lead to working their way through her mind. What she came out on the other side were a pair of side tables and a footstool.
Loto’s side tables use Tlaquepaque fusion glass tops for a transparent surface that gives sight to the inner support below. The footstool is upholstered in handcrafted lambs wool that’s woven in San Juan Chamula, Altos de Chiapas. You can also opt for linen or leather if preferred.
For more information on the Loto collection, visit peca.com.mx.
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