Cumano is a space saving side table designed by Achille Castiglioni. The timeless design was inspired by the classic shape of a bistro table, Achille Castiglioni took this idea 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 consists of a round-steel frame and a round table top of varnished metal sheet, which is available in different colours. One special feature of the Cumano side table by Achille Castiglioni - apart from it being foldable - is the small hole in the table top, with which the side table can be hung from a wall. These is the reason why the Cumano side table by Achille Castiglioni is a successfull 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 hung from a wall, the table becomes a sculptural wall object.