Cesare Roversi | 70 anni di cultura della qualità
“They said that Cesare was mad to do it there in the village. That kind of stuff was for a place like Bologna, or Milan. That it was wasted there. But Cesare wanted none of it: his village, Mòja, even if a little wet and soft, is his home. His spirit is there."
The small carpentry shop founded in 1946 by Cesare Roversi, then seventeen years old, in an equally small town in the lower Po Valley, has over the years become a renowned company in interior architecture and design of custom-made furniture, specializing in banking and hospitality.
In these 70 years, partially thanks to collaborations with great architects and designers, the company has managed to gain prestige and recognition, without ever renouncing its deep bond with the local area.
Through a text by Maurizio Matrone and a rich iconographic collection made up of photographs, designs and period documents, this book recounts the journey of a company that has made know how its trademark and quality its culture.