Cumano is a space saving side table designed by Achille Castiglioni. The timeless design was inspired by the classic shape of a bistro table, took by Achille Castiglioni in 1978, then reduced to a minimum, creating an iconic design, which is exhibited in the most important design museums of the world today.
The practical Cumano side table by Zanotta is made of a round-steel frame and a round table top of painted metal sheet, which is available in different colours. Something special of the Cumano side table by Achille Castiglioni is the small hole in the table top, with which the side table can be hanged at a wall – and another special thing is the ability of being folded, of course. These are the reason why the Cumano side table by Achille Castiglioni is a succeeded example for mobile design.
The shape of Cumano isn’t only important for Italian’s design history – the shape refers to the special object character of Castiglioni’s designs.
Cumano is much more than only a side table. When it is folded and hanged at a wall, the table becomes a sculptural wall object.