“Aro aro” is an introductory exclamation in traditional gaucho verses, an expression of the relationship between techniques, times, forms and the meter of dances and rhythms. Similarly, the Aro stool and chair articulate themselves meticulously while ceding to technique. Far from excessive, the criollo spirit reveals itself as strong, heavy, elemental and poetic.
Techniques: Seat in cow leather with central seams on a 9 thong wovenwicker, tightened with clips and buttons made with the same leather. Handle and backrest wrapped in leather with internal seams. Legs covered in awl knit (warp and weft system) with horse leather strips and silver 900 hammered and chiseled bracelets.
Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, United States) has acquired the "Aro" stool and “Raza” vases from the Entrevero Collection*, to be part of its world-renowned permanent collection.
Entrevero has been nominated for the Best Collection according to The Créateurs Design Award 2020 (Paris)