October 20, 2011

Italian design studio HeyTeam created this highly customizable dining table, called Vito. The word ‘table’ is an overestimation, however, because the project consists of two pairs of legs connected with two metal clams. The tabletop is supposed to be provided by the user. This lax approach is perfect for creating temporary dining solutions. If you have a piece of wood or a thick glass (or an old door), you can instantly create enough seating for a gang of guests. And when the festivity is over, the whole construction gets easily┬ádisassembled and conveniently stored in parts. The clams can accomodate two widths – 60 or 85cm, and hold tops up to 5cm thick.

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