N minus X – to read is to learn, part 1
There are several versions of this small wooden writing-desk. Here Cassina reinterprets the project created for the children’s bedrooms at the Unités d’Habitation. The design of these spaces and the furniture within them is characterised by close attention to the harmonious organisation of both individual and collective life, with constant reference to the human body through the use of the Modulor visual measure system. The writing-desk is made up of a table top in natural coloured matte oak. The open compartments are equipped with fastened shelves. It is also possible to expand the piece by adding further open elements.
|Table finish||table with glider base|
|Table top shape||circular|
|Colors||shades of brown|