Every artpiece is made from woods that once were wire rods from the oldest

fields in Argentina.

The younger rods are about 80 years old, while the oldest ones are already over 100 years.

All of them have different stories to tell.

Some dedicated their entire lives caring for cows in Buenos Aires Province, while others sheep in Patagonia. The lucky ones spent their years by the sea, and by surviving the tireless winds of the Argentine coast, became stronger. And the unfortunate ones show scars from fierce fires.


Quebracho, curupay, lapacho and many other tree varieties gave life to them, each with its characteristic color and texture. So different from each other and yet today they have something in common: immortalized they form a unique art piece.