Designed by Ron Gilad.
Original triangular shaped desk designed to fulfil specific functions created by modern technology. The external structure and the door can be in American walnut or in Eucalyptus, but the internal structure is finished in black matt lacquer.
Even in these modern high-tech times, when data and information can be conveniently stored in tiny USB devices, we still have a physical space in our homes in which to keep and file away documents and objects we consider important. Now Ron Gilad, the eclectic Israeli designer, has reinvented the classic “secretaire”. To meet this need, Segreto (translated to “secret”) was created.
No more old-fashioned desks with drawers, compartments for files, cabinets protected by intricate locks: their place is now taken by a triangular unit to suspend from a wall at any height, its bottom section opening up to reveal its secrets. Inside are tiny shelves and drawers in which to file away documents, letters, small books and other objects that need to be safely stored for retrieval at will.