Ninth round of the mini column: the ten designers known during our three days in London
, whose works have fascinated us for elegance and creativity, generating curiosity with materials and innovative structures, or simply hit our immagination. From today, playing with food is no longer a taboo with TrackTile
, a “rail” dining table, launched in preview at 100%Design, created by British designers of the studio Three Foot Three. Made of beech wood veneer formed by four, six, eight or twelve tiles, moving parts that can be rotated to compose tracks, paths, and always different layout or flipped back to compose a classic table with a simple and smooth surface, suitable for everyday normal use. Available in a choice of three railway scenarios between Pacific, Orient and Western and in two versions, one with 4 seats, from 2.820 pounds, and 6 seats, from 3.352 pounds. A funny solution, ideal for adding sparkle to an event, entertain your guests, making them return to their childhood and offering express delivery of condiments, sweets and snacks.