Minimalist, single-piece umbrella stand designed to accomodate 4 umbrellas.
In Japanese, Aki means “Autumn”, and it is specially in this season that its usefulness as an umbrella stand becomes apparent. Rodolfo Bonetto, who designed it in 1975, looked to essentials when creating this minimalist and amusing, but absolutely efficient and complete object.
Made in rotomoulded polyethylene, Aki is designed with four holes to accommodate that same number of umbrellas, whatever the shape and size. It can be used indoors or outdoors since, by its very calling, it has no problem with water and even on the rainiest days, introduces a dash of good spirits thanks to the range of colours in which it is available.