3x3 by 3Patas for Francesc Ros
Fusteria Decoració

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3x3 by 3Patas for Francesc Ros Fusteria Decoració

Two small side tables slot into the top of a coffee table in this set by Barcelona studio 3Patas.

3x3 by 3Patas for Francesc Ros Fusteria Decoració

Called 3x3, the product comprises three tables with three legs each plus a large bowl that can nest in the hole vacated by one of the smaller tables.

3x3 by 3Patas for Francesc Ros Fusteria Decoració

The project is in production with Spanish brand Francesc Ros Fusteria Decoració and won a Silver Delta Award for industrial design at FADfest in Barcelona.

3x3 by 3Patas for Francesc Ros Fusteria Decoració

Read more about the Delta Awards and see the winning design, a bike that grows with your child, in our earlier story. See a rug made of espadrille soles that was shortlisted here.

3x3 by 3Patas for Francesc Ros Fusteria Decoració

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3x3 by 3Patas for Francesc Ros Fusteria Decoració

Here's some more information from the designer:


3x3 (three tables by three legs) is a collection of auxiliary tables which neatly combine to form a family. After working closely with different users, we found that in many cases, they were living in reduced spaces (such as inner-city lofts) and were searching for solutions which could adapt to their various requirements.

The large, main table contains two smaller tables which users can remove and use independently. When the smaller tables are removed from the main one, two bowls fit perfectly in the spaces, modifying the functionality of the table. The bowls can be used to put fruit, children’s toys or even be used as an ice bucket for drinks during a party. Users can define and create their own space by playing with the different elements of 3x3.The table legs can easily be removed and the different elements easily boxed together.

  • http://dailygrail.com/ Red Pill Junkie

    Cute, though it would seem taking the little table out is something of a hassle. Maybe embedding some kind of unobtrusive handle on their surfaces?