FuecoCadò, smartphone/tablet holder

An original and useful object

FuecoCadò is a practical object with a nice design.

It has a triple function: it can be used both as smartphone holder and/or as tablet holder; even as a trivet in the kitchen, because it is made of olive wood, a resistant material, even to heat.

FuecoCadò has a regular, square shape and it is small (cm. 15x15x 1,6), so you can use it wherever you want: at the office, at the bar, in the kitchen, everywhere.

It has “spaces” cut into the wood, which represent a stylized “F”, where you can insert the phone to use it with a correct angle.

The origin of the name

FuecoCadò is born as an idea of the architect Paolo Poli at first as an accessory of the Biofireplace Fuecopared.

From Fuecopared its name comes: “Fueco” is the prefix of “Fuecopared”.

The word “Cadò” is born from the idea to give it (“cadeau” en French) to those who buy the fireplace (active promotion).

Meantime, FuecoCadò was chosen as reward for the crowdfunding project “Giovani Artisti Crescono” on the platform Eppela.

It is possible to support this initiative with an offer of €15 (excluding shipping costs) and to have as a present the FuecoCadò.


From the start, the name FuecoCadò” proposed an etymological question about the accent of “Cadò”

The word is an Italianisation of the French word “cadeau” (gift).

But in Italian però the accent on the “o” can be only grave, with open pronunciation. Instead FuecoCadò is read in the French way, with prounciation closed, as it was written FuecoCadó, even if the writing of the name, for simplicity, respects the Italian alphabet.