With the Otto, Jacques Garcia brings a bespoke touch to an unlikely Bauhaus form. The result is the kind of modern touch seen only in select mid-century ateliers. The defining element of the design is a pinwheel leg, set at right angles to one another. The Otto is light, graphic, and minimal. As an accent, it can be used almost anywhere. More daring than simply fashionable.
The Garcia touch appears in the juxtaposition of select Madrone Burl shelves against Industrial Chic hammer forged legs. Madrone Burl grows in the American Pacific Northwest, and it has a tight figure with a pillowy sense of depth. The legs have a rugged, but not exaggerated, artisanal texture.