SOTTO E SOPRA TABLES AND BSEDIA CHAIR
Produced by Acierno
Some time in the 1960s the design world responded to the smaller dimensions of contemporary dwelling spaces by introducing the idea of stackable furniture. The theme was confronted by many of the great masters of design, though rarely has the overlapping of elements offered such a winning solution. Sotto e Sopra is two tables in one: with its ultra-thin dimensions and a perfect joint, one small table doubles in size simply by sliding out its twin and setting the pair beside one another. Yet we must not be fooled by its apparent simplicity: obtaining a similar result requires a meticulous design and the work of master contemporary furniture makers. The table is completed by the Bsedia chair, based on the sample principle of stacking and overlapping.