Castiglioni is said to ponder a lot on lost space. Empty inches and square meters that could be filled with beautiful design —but for some reason just never were. Due to this thinking he did many designs intended specifically for the corners of the home.
A practical corner furniture designed in collaboration with Giancarlo Pozzi in 1988—intended to take advantage of the available space in your corners. A true multipurpose unit set made in wood with three triangular shelves.
”I have always desired to do the opposite. Not because I have an anarchic behaviour, but because I think the fundamental basis of design consists in thinking the opposite”. Italian designer Achille Castiglioni (1918-2002) had a passion for re-designing, re-inventing and re-conceptualizing. Traditional interior design objects would pass through his Milan based studio and end up perfected. He always aimed at enhancing and glorifying the value of the design. Through- out his career he worked to raise design to an ever-higher level of synthesis—stripping design down to the very core and eliminating everything superfluous. During his career Achille Castiglioni collaborated with many designers, among them Giancarlo Pozzi. Together they made Trio and Comodo in 1991.
Oak, oak veneer
Clear lacquered or black lacquered