TUCO project

Here is how the idea came up, on a sunny day a few years ago.
Giusj, our three little ones and I were looking at the garden. It was beautiful, yes, but something was missing.
It was not magical. And we wanted it to be magnificent.

Once upon a time there was a family that wanted an outdoor playhouse so that children could play happily in the open air.
Despite searching, we just couldn’t find the right playhouse.
Or rather: playhouses could be found, but they were either plastic, or too big, or difficult to assemble, or so ugly that the children preferred to continue playing in their rooms.

Then dad Alberto and mum Giusj had an idea.

“Why don’t we let children draw their dream house?” Bea, Gabry and little Joy immediately got to work and, with markers and imagination, the first TUCO wooden playhouse was born.

TUCO claims the right to play and imagine.

TUCO wants to bring the world of imagination into every garden and every house.

TUCO wants children to go back playing in open spaces because there is where they need to grow up.

TUCO believes in the free development of creativity because the future is built from there.

TUCO products are sustainable, to give our children a better tomorrow.

The first TUCO. The design is by Beatrice, the idea is by Gabry, the cat is by Joy.
The passion of us all.

“But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked.
“Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: “we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.”
“How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice.
“You must be,” said the Cat, “or you wouldn’t have come here.”

from Alice in the wonderland