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Accanta tables by Maddalena Casadei for Pretziada

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Accanta is a trio of small tables that reference a standard stool with a cork bark seat that Casadei noticed in Sardinia.

Accanta tables by Maddalena Casadei for Pretziada
The Accanta Studying desk is the most important within the sequence

The normal stools are lightweight, sturdy, and versatile. They might typically be carried by individuals taking sheep out to pasture or selecting olives.

Casadei’s variations are pressed and carved solely from Sardinian cork, which is left utterly pure with no varnish or lacquer.

Accanta tables by Maddalena Casadei for Pretziada
All three tables are carved from cork that is left unvarnished

“Cork is a cloth that has at all times fascinated me as a result of it’s a part of the Mediterranean and particularly Sardinian tradition,” stated Casadei. “Cork oak is crucial for the native ecosystem and its processing doesn’t hurt vegetation, animals, or people.”

Accanta is available in three sizes: a bigger studying desk and a smaller teacup desk and journal desk.

The tables are made in collaboration with the family-run workshop Falegnameria Pisu, which created the dense waste cork blocks used for Accanta.

Product: Accanta
Designer: Maddalena Casadei
Model: Pretziada
Contact: contact@pretziada.com

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