A prime example of Achille Castiglioni’s innovative use of space, this three-shelf table fills any corner of your home with elegantly unobtrusive storage. Designed in collaboration with Giancarlo Pozzi in 1988, the easel-like oak tripod holds three gracefully cantilevered triangular shelves. Available in a clear lacquered finish, it’s perfect to showcase succulents or small decorative objects. 39.4h x 19.7w x 17.7“d. Made in Poland.
Born in Milan in 1918, Achille Castiglioni is an internationally acknowledged master of Italian design. During his 52-year career, he designed and collaborated on nearly 150 design objects, from lamps to cameras to car seats—19 of which are included in MoMA’s collection. His work is known for combining simplicity with fun, along with close attention to how objects are used in real life. In 1997, MoMA launched the first individual retrospective of his work with the exhibition Achille Castiglioni: Design! Prior to that, his designs were featured in numerous exhibitions at the Museum. Castiglioni’s work has had a significant impact on the history of the applied arts and has taught generations about good design.