Dining Agenda by Sara Ferrari and Marcella Fiori

London-based, Italian designers Sara Ferrari and Marcella Fiori have designed a book of place mats for note-taking during meals.

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The book has a wooden cover with press-out cutlery and contains 14 disposable, paper place mats with a space in the corner intended for writing notes.

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Photography by Marcella Fiori.

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Here's some more info from the designers:

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Dining Agenda is a bi-weekly journal of disposable place mats. It contains 14 pieces, one for each day of that fortnight.

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Simply tear off the appropriate day's page to use the place mat wherever and whenever you fancy something to eat; breakfast, lunch or even a quick-stop tea break.

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Write notes or daily reminders on the right corner not forgetting to tear them off before throwing away the rest of the mat.

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And if you happen to forget the cutlery, you can always take it from the agenda cover.

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The cover is made from wood and the place mats; from recycled paper.

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