Together with Cartesio, Museo and the Parigi armchair, Consiglio represents Aldo Rossi’s idea of the perfect office. Though created at different times and in different circumstances, these pieces are emblematic of the architect’s approach to architecture and furniture, both of which are products of the same design process and style.
Designed for the first time for Aldo Rossi's milanese office in 1991, Consiglio was later also featured in the Bonnefantenmuseum in Maastricht. It is a solid wood table with an essential shape, rectangular or square, which can be made to measure in different sizes and finishes. Consiglio is also characterised by its clean lines and structural study, which allows the design of large meeting tables of over 3 metres in length.