Located on the coast of Lombardy, Riva 1920 have been creating contemporary Italian furniture since 1920. Each piece is beautifully crafted by skilled carpenters using traditional techniques passed down through generations, for guaranteed quality and timeless style.
Discover our collection of Riva 1920 tables, chairs and cabinets and add a touch of authentic Italian flair to your home.
Riva 1920 Bedrock Plank-C Dining Table, Terry Dwan
Riva 1920 Betty Leather Pouf, Black
Riva 1920 Bever Chair, Walnut and Camoscio Black
Riva 1920 Bungalow Wooden Stool, Walnut and Utah Black
Riva 1920 Cambusa Wine Cabinet, Walnut
Riva 1920 Clessidra Wooden Stool, Mario Botta
Riva 1920 Eco Cedar Wood Coffee Table, C.R. and S. Riva
Riva 1920 Elle Ecrit Walnut Desk, Jamie Durie
Riva 1920 Freedom Project 4 Bookcase, Walnut
Riva 1920 Gala Sedia Chair, Pininfarina
Riva 1920 Leather Suede Armchair, Black
Riva 1920 Legno Vivo Coffee Tables, Cedar Wood
Riva 1920 Mia Leather Dining Chair, Utah Black
Riva 1920 Mia Wood Dining Chair, Oak
Riva 1920 Molletta Wooden Peg Bench, Vulcano Cedar and Red Spring
Riva 1920 Wilma Braccioli Armchair, Walnut and Utah Black
Each single piece of furniture is exclusively made with wood coming from controlled reforestation areas, a daily commitment towards nature and the environment around us, a precious and an inestimable patrimony we want to preserve and safeguard.
Kauri The Lord of the forest
Tane Mahuta in Maori means Millennial Kauri, which is the native biggest and most famous tree
of New Zealand, and also the oldest wood of the world. Grown up in the Jurassic Period these
vegetal giants have been cut down by enormous natural disasters more than 50.000 years ago
thus remained buried under meters of mud and unchanged until our days. Logs up to 70 meters
of length and 9 meters of diameter are brought to light again, which are true natural sculptures
ready to be transformed into unique design pieces.
Briccole Undisputed trademarks of Venice
The Riva1920 intuition of giving a new life to these oak posts was born from the great attention
towards the environment and the ecology. The Briccole are the unquestioned main characters
of Venice, which lead the boats and mark the Lagoon low tide and are periodically replaced due
to wear. Made unique pieces by the industriousness of shipworms, small molluscs, Briccole are
transformed into exclusive pieces of furniture able to convey a special emotion.
Cedarwood Majestic Logs of scented cedarwood
Fallen due to natural events or cut down for
programmed schedule, are the start point for the working process of this precious
wood which is shaped by using CNC machineries with 5- and 6-axis. An innovative
technology which transforms a raw log into a design object with a peculiar and
unmistakable scent, and afterwards is sanded and finished by hand.
About Riva 1920
WOOD The products that make up the Riva 1920 collection are made of genuine solid wood of reforestation, using varieties such as maple, cherry, oak and walnut. Characteristic feature of the company is the wood of reuse, such as the thousand-year old Kauri from New Zealand, Briccole of Venice and the scented cedar from Lebanon. Every element undergoes detailed tests to verify quality and functionality and uses vinyl glues and are finished with oil and natural wax, the guarantee of a 100% natural product.
CRAFTSMANSHIP The Riva 1920’s products come from manufacturing techniques related to cabinet making tradition, thanks to the expert hands of highly skilled carpenters and the use of cutting-edge technologies. The artisan production exceeds the standard design dynamics and guarantees a high level of flexibility and customization, both for the home division and for the contract one.
PHILOSOPHY Riva products come from working techniques of the wood tradition, thanks to their wise artisans and to the use of advanced technologies. This allows the realization of products of great quality, which have their own distinctive characteristics and which can be easily adjustable to custom-made products. The final product undergoes a functional test and an analysis of the aesthetic conformity, in order to respect the original design.