A table that hides cables. Simple. Isn’t it?! How many times do you look at something and think that a furniture design is all very well and good, but that the cables it holds aren’t half ugly and ruin the overall aesthetic? Absolutely correct, the aspirational lifestyler should lead a life without cables…
Living in an age of technology, cables are everywhere in an attempt to keep your devices charged, ready to go and connected to the wider world 24/7. More often than not, cables are jumbled and whilst it might seem unavoidable given the simple nature of plugging a wire in and disconnecting it afterwards, surely there’s a better way? Grovemade have designed a simple iPhone charger unit that sits wonderfully on your desk, but Luca Nichetto for Zaozuo has gone one step further and designed the On Table, a piece of furniture that allows for every cable to be subtly hidden away while leaving your devices minimalistically resting on top without any tangling or long cables visible.
Via a hole in the centre of the ‘less is more’ plastic table, cables can be threaded through the opening and into a removable area that can house an extension cable. Complete with a cork base and available in Lacquer Red or Porcelain White, this design is a must if you have either OCD or simply a mild sense of clean design (SATORI & SCOUT certainly has one of these).
Discover more about the designer online at NichettoStudio.com
Simple Solution To Common Cable ProblemInspired by the classic form of traditional earthenware vases, the On table is a reassuringly simple solution to a very modern problem. How original.
(Photography Credit : NichettoStudio.com)