The allure of the simple line is palpable with Florian Schimd's ACCO for Miniforms, a circular table with a streamlined wooden top and tambor-style base that's so sleek and angular it looks like tightly strung wire.
But ACCO's genius is that the base is sculpted from wood, "featuring a frame with a distinct regular pattern of wooden lines."
Designer Schmid says the idea for Acco was born of simple accident, as he happened to see one of those classic folding meter measuring sticks and was struck by the basic ingenuity. Acco (the name references an accordion, another iconic pleated structure) uses this elemental form as a repeating motif, thus establishing ACCO's unique aesthetic while also creating structural stability.
Options for ACCO include choice of round or oval tops in wood, glass, or ceramic, with bases available in canaletto walnut, ash, or black ash.
See Miniforms for more.