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Bento Tray: Low, Stacking Tables Inspired by Asian Floor Culture

04.23.18 | By
Bento Tray: Low, Stacking Tables Inspired by Asian Floor Culture
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OSW, the Berlin-based design studio recently founded by Oleg Pugachev and Johannes Grune, just launched their first product at Salone Satellite. The Bento Tray is a series of low, stackable tables inspired by Asian floor culture that adapt to the daily needs of modern times. Whether you have limited space or just want something modular, the tables can be used individually or combined into any configuration.

The Bento Tray comes in four sizes, with the smallest working as the perfect laptop desk or a dining tray for one, while the larger sizes can be used as coffee tables, side tables, or even a desk, that people can gather around for a meal or to play a game.

The trays can easily be stacked when not in use or if you want to use them for storage.

Each is custom made from solid, FSC-certified oak or ash with rounded corners and curved edges to prevent things from sliding off.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.