SOHO nightstand

by ARKETIPO

When fashion, style and culture collided in the mid 20th Century, London was the centre of the world and SoHo was its capital.

The swinging 60s heralded a new way of thinking and a new way of living. Design was and never would be the same and it’s why our bedside table deserved a name to befit the ideas of its time. Gino Carollo has created something which represents that swinging sixties vibe with a nod to our modern day culture.

Wood and glass represent today’s interpretation of high quality materials used in the most precise form whilst its geometric shape is a reminder of that transformative period in global culture. Liberated by its fluid form, SoHo is a geometric construction of three different elements perfectly overlapping to give a strong and expressive shape without losing any of its delicate touch. Old meets new, which is never a bad thing.

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When fashion, style and culture collided in the mid 20th Century, London was the centre of the world and SoHo was its capital.

The swinging 60s heralded a new way of thinking and a new way of living. Design was and never would be the same and it’s why our bedside table deserved a name to befit the ideas of its time. Gino Carollo has created something which represents that swinging sixties vibe with a nod to our modern day culture.

Wood and glass represent today’s interpretation of high quality materials used in the most precise form whilst its geometric shape is a reminder of that transformative period in global culture. Liberated by its fluid form, SoHo is a geometric construction of three different elements perfectly overlapping to give a strong and expressive shape without losing any of its delicate touch. Old meets new, which is never a bad thing.

Technical information

Download(460 KB)