Mealbox by Alet and Dag Igland

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A new design for a Japanese bento lunch box? Doesn’t that belong on the The Kitchen? Well, it would, except this isn’t a bento box at all. It’s a…

…dining room table and chairs set!

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Mealbox is a 27- by 30-inch box less than 18 inches high that opens to a low dining set. The fully assembed table, fit together like a jigsaw puzzle, is 90″ long and seats 6. When the dining table’s not in use, the packed-up kit can double as a coffee table.

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The design is by Norwegian designers Alet and Dag Igland of Ignald Design. The materials are birch plywood reinfoced with carbonfiber. The seat tops are padded with neoprene rubber.

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