Guatavita, the stainless steel and natural leather tray designed for De Vecchi Milano 1935.
A sacred ground, devoted to the Cult of the Sun, hidden in the heart of South America.
Guatavita is named after the striking site that gave birth to the legend of the El Dorado, a place in which, during a purification ritual, the priests were released from their gold and their trinkets.
Guadavita similarly allows freeing the body from the weight of daily objects.
This tray is a stainless steel foil, folded like a sheet of paper, which externally reveals a natural leather surface. The irregular and sleek curves of the surface, which are similar to the waves of a lake, produce charming light glares.