Bottega Ghianda

Segavento by Livio and Piero Castiglioni


Segavento by Livio and Piero Castiglioni - Bottega Ghianda


This striking piece is a "useless object" designed by Livio and Piero Castiglioni in 1977. Intended as a piece that "saws” the wind, this unique sculpture is Dada-inspired, featuring a mechanically-operated propeller with a dual rotation that is both clockwise and counter-clockwise. Playful and creative but also sophisticated, thanks to its masterful craftsmanship, this piece can be displayed in a living room or study and is sure to make a statement. The finishes are in pear wood and beechwood. Also available walnut and beechwood upon request.


• Material: Wood
• Dimensions (in): W 12.60 x D 4.72 x H 1.30
• Dimensions (cm): W 32 x D 12 x H 3.3
• Handmade In Italy


• Handcrafted for you, ships in 6-7 weeks
• Shipping to United States: $30
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Bottega Ghianda

Lombardy, Italy
Wood Designer

Bottega Ghianda operates in Brianza, an area near Milan famous for its manufacturing expertise. Under the guidance of founder Pierluigi Ghianda, its expert craftsmen have mastered their skills since the end of the 19th…

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