Lovely work from Tomás Alonso. The Spanish designer studyied and worked in the USA, Italy and Australia before graduating from the Royal College of Art graduating in 2006. With a strong emphasis on how humans relate to the products there’s this nice line from his about section, “For me it’s important that what I design makes its way into people’s hands and people’s homes. I would like my objects to be used, lived with and enjoyed.”
The M trestle (pictured) proposes a new solution for a foldable trestle table that can be arranged in various ways or fold flat for storage when not in use.
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