Produced by Joseph Cattaneo in Cesano Maderno and designed by Giulio Iacchetti the modular library of Nepi Internoitaliano is completely handmade in solid walnut.
Constituted by two simple modules assembled without the use of screws or mechanical conjunctions so as to achieve a theoretically infinite library.
The arch structure refers to the typical Roman engineering feat de-waterworks. In this case the reference in the name of the project, goes right to Nepi, a town of Lazio - whose name Etruscan means "water" - and where stands an example of the majestic aqueduct.
The craftsmanship and the idea of a modular design, typical of an industrial production, makes possible an unprecedented quality and also countless construction / composition.