No.19 was designed in 2016 by Studio Pascal Howe for ACME SUPPLiES. The side table is composed of various geometrical shapes. The designer Pascal Howe's creation is more a form which has function, than function which has shape. No.19 does not immediately reveal its function. There is no front, no back, no left or right. The user has to find his own special use. Nevertheless the height of the horizontal tabletop is high enough to place the side table very close to most beds or couches. Its vertical bar serves books, magazines, vinyl or whatever else you might like. Of all drafts this side table is the 19th design. This is where the name comes from.
powder coated steel, fine textured
37 x 27 x 68cm
Made in Italy and Germany.
Designed for ACME SUPPLiES (www.acme-supplies.com)
About Studio Pascal Howe
Pascal Howe was born in 1981 in Delmenhorst a city close to Bremen in the North West of Germany. He founded his company after finishing his studies at the University of Arts in Bremen 2013 as well completing an apprenticeship for a goldsmith. In 2015 himself and Moritz Putzier together founded ACME SUPPLiES. ACME SUPPLiES is based around an online platform, presenting works of various artists and designers for sale as well as creating a network between them for collaboration. "ACME SUPPLiES should be understood as more like a network that presents work rooted from original processes and not just current trends." Howe's portfolio ranges from design of the everyday piece to works that are the visualisations of concepts. He considers his works more as something integral and blurs the separations between the different fields of design. Cheekily, he describes his work as "Something between Pop Art and Bauhaus."