Archetto is only a shelf mounted directly on the wall, with a minimalist and elegant aspect, designed and presented in the Salone del Mobile de Milano 2016 for the Swede designer of furniture and interior architecture Charlotte Ackemar, jointly with Note Design Studio for the Swede firm Fogia.This shelf is composed of two pieces of wood: one round shelf and a suport that hangs it and is anchored on the wall. It’s curious because head-on Archetto seems a furniture very rational because it see as a cross. But when it’s seen on another point of view, we notice that the suport is a curve more proper to the Nordic organicism.
Archetto is a shelf or a little table depending on it’s height.
Forever disposed to collect your belongings.
A piece that borns from the junction of two arcs, where an arc crosses vertically and the other horizontally, forming a cross. Beneffited this way the horizontal plane as shelf, and the vertical plane as support, anchor and angular.
Archetto is presented in the middle of the wall as an independent module, that serve us its service, as if it was a steward with his platter, pending on us to let the more valuable belongings on it.A great advantage of this furniture, is that is an individual module that doesn’t have a concret reference, you can place it as bedside table, as side table, as a shelfe in the middle of the diningroom, or in the hallway… Its simplicity not encroach its use, giving an infinity of possibilities.