Japanese culture and traditions are so unique and interesting that of course they arise interest in us and many designers and architects get inspired by them. The item we are featuring today is inspired by traditional Japanese bento trays that are used to hold some food.
Berlian studio OSW presented the Bento Tray collection. This is a series of low, stackable tables inspired by Asian floor culture that adapt to the daily needs of modern times. Whether you have limited space or just want something modular, the tables can be used individually or combined into any configuration. Each is custom made from solid, FSC-certified oak or ash with rounded corners and curved edges to prevent things from sliding off.
The Bento Tray comes in four sizes, with the smallest working as the perfect laptop desk or a dining tray for one, while the larger sizes can be used as coffee tables, side tables, or even a desk, that people can gather around for a meal or to play a game.