Designed by Chuck Mack
Designer Chuck Mack has created a desk supported on trestles; a glass worktop which makes the content of your drawer visible to everyone. The construction might seem simple, but Arco has several design features; the frame is attached to the trestles by wooden plugs to secure stability. The drawer is accessible from both sides of the table, and the tempered glass worktop has smooth, rounded edges to avoid accidents, and rests on small plastic distances that makes it stable. Altogether, it is obvious that Arco has been designed by a skilled carpenter.
Trestles: oak. W 72, H 70, D 34 cm (W 28", H 27.5", D 13.5").
Frame & drawer: oak. W 139, H 9, D 56 cm (W 55”, H 3.5", D 22"). Drawer opens from either side. Care instructions: Wipe with damp cloth.
Tabletop: Tempered safety glass, round corners, chamfer edges. W 150, H 0.8, D 75 cm. (W 59", H 0.3", D 29.5").
Chuck Mack is an American designer who is half-Icelandic, and currently lives and works in Reykjavik. A self-taught designer and carpenter, Chuck quotes Jack Kerouac to explain his design philosophy: “The best teacher is experience and not through someone’s distorted point of view”.