1.23.2009

                   
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Don't Play With Your Food - Play With The Table! Marbelous by Ontwerp




The talented duo of Nathan Wierink and Tineke Beunders - both who graduated cum laude from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2008, are the designers behind Ontwerpduo, a design studio in the Netherlands.

One of their wonderfully whimsical pieces of work is Marbelous. A maple wood table whose surface and legs are routed to hold steel marbles, turning the piece of furniture into an interactive game.







There's even a built-in place for the marbles and caddy to sit:



Material: Maple
Dimensions: 200cm x 90 cm x 76cm
Design: Tineke Beunders



Points of sale in The Netherlands
Krabbedans, Eindhoven (www.krabbedans.nl),
Bijzondermooi, Eindhoven (www.bijzondermooi.nl),
Trendies Chic, Den Bosch (www.trendieschic.nl),
Brennels, Arnhem (www.brennels.nl),
Le Souk, Den Haag (www.soukshop.com),
Gallery PunT, Leiden
Huisraad, Amsterdam
Gallery Editions, Maastricht

Points of sale outside The Netherlands
Tante Jojo, Leuven, Belgium
Fleur-de-Leuce, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Manos, Solna, Sweden (www.manos.se),



above: Nathan Wierink and Tineke Beunders

Ontwerpduo

Mail address:
P.O. Box 2332
5600 CH Eindhoven
The Netherlands

Visiting address:
Philomenastraat 11
5622 CG Eindhoven

Phone:
+31(0)6-14716309
+31(0)6-14306524

Email: info@ontwerpduo.nl

Like fun interactive furniture? Then you should check out Didi Dunphy's Modern Convenience furnishings here.

1 comments:

Information and Reviews said...

Beautifully designed and very well made. Great idea for a table.

C'mon people, it's only a dollar.
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