Casamania’s Chariot mobile table is stylistically between a Roman battle cart and Alvar Aalto’s legendary serving caddy 901. The alienated Retro-style makes Chariot a product that couldn’t be more modern.
Connecting dramatically opposite elements is a typical characteristic of postmodernism. This provocative style does not spare the side tables, and this is how the Copenhagen design office GamFratesi designed a product that mixes worlds, making a sculptural and iconic impression thereby. The battle cart of ancient times that gives Chariot its name, says “hello.”
Numerous objects are placed on two trays, regardless of whether the Chariot is used as mobile caddy or as an attractive side table. The frame of the side table by Casamania consists of lacquered metal; the trays and wheels of MDF. The wheels are coated with rubber, in order to ensure silent transportation – a benefit the ancient Romans could not take advantage of.
Chariot is also available in red or natural oak wood.