THE HANDI MAN
side tables derived from classic utensils
Handi or "terracotta pot", a vessel for carrying goods.
The Handi Man is inspired by the humble Handi pot, a terracotta or metal pot that is used around India for transporting a multitude of goods, from water, for transporting produce, for cooking.
These pots are made in a variety of materials, including brass, copper and terracotta.
These classic objects have a unique beauty to them, and each material used for transporting goods holds its own unique properties.
The Handi man takes these organic forms and translates them into a side table.
The wireframe structure creates a lightweight frame that supports a solid teak top which is removable, making the entire object extremely easy to move around in smaller spaces. It is a versatile piece and creates an object that blends form with utility. The removable top makes it ideal to use as an object on its own; serving platter, laptop base, or wherever a flat surface may be needed. The frame is made using steel wire that creates a sculptural form that supports the teak above.
The teak wood is kept in a natural finish, ensuring its durability and enhancing its natural beauty.
These side tables are ideal for residential and commercial spaces, offering an easy lightweight solution for filling up small corners and transitory spaces
+ powder coated mild steel frame +teakwood top
+ frame colours
+oxford blue +red +black +turquoise +wine
12.5" (top dia) x 15"L (widest dia) x 18.5"H