Ombo umbrella stand

Umbrella stand in matt black painted steel and covered in regenerated leather.

Dim. cm. diameter 21/27xh.64.

Production time 2 weeks


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The umbrella stand is a must-have item in everyday life, and it is often a trivial subject, without any originality.
With Ombo, Arter and Citton designers create a new dimension to this useful object. So in addition to its main function, it shall become a real decorative article.
Ombo is actually an umbrella stand out of the ordinary.

Its structure made of black painted iron is entirely covered with refined regenerated leather, available in different colours:

  • white, lithe grey stitching
  • black, matching stitching
  • dark brown, beige stitching

Its size is: diameter of 21 cm at the base and 27 at the top, height 64 cm.
It’s a very resistant object and weighs 5 kg.

You can forget any sad umbrella stand. The originality of Ombo’s shape, colour and material will add a further design and glamorous touch to your interior.



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Arter and Citton

The Studio Arter&Citton, founded in 1990, operates through a wide range of projects within several areas including architecture, design, interior design, nautical projects, communication and visual selling. A variety of experiences, intentionally conceived like a “homogenous mixture”, and not intended to target a specialised sector, yielded advantages and remarkable synergies. During time new areas of exploration became available, leading in turn to greater freedom in project development. In 1997 a new laboratory was established within existing facilities, named D.MOD, its function being to explore new opportunities within the disciplines of both Urban and Alternative design, which are now enriched by other figurative expressions, namely photography, painting and sculpture. The objective of the lab is experimentation with innovative shapes and contents, applicable to the various intended areas. The main target is represented by project elaboration and learning from new experiences and derived knowledge. In this content of research, the projects acquire new validity as alternatives to the common forms of interpretation.