The kitchen is the place where food is magically transformed, according to nature and culture. The kitchen is where rituals […]
Charlotte Perriand 1985
This low table, with its audacious sculptural look, was designed by Charlotte Perriand on the occasion of the retrospective exhibition of her works held at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris in 1985. Originally intended as a one-off, this was among Perriand’s last works. When it joined the Cassina portfolio, Accordo was only available in a black lacquer finish. Today, as fresh-looking as it was when first launched, the colour options include China red and marron glacé. Placing several of these tables together creates highly impactful geometric compositions that play on their proportions to conjure a unique sense of suspension. These clean-cut and visually dynamic shapes can fulfil a number of interpretations in grand style, enabling the object itself to become a centre of attraction.