The start-up Mamado, in collaboration with Ecoepoque, has launched Mosaicool, a table whose top is made of 36 wooden tiles (20×20 cm) that can be positioned to produce different designs and patterns.

Each block is attached to the others thanks to special shaping and a magnet applied to its lower part. The graphics lend themselves to multiple patchwork effects, and the design can be changed by using the hole placed under the top, removing a specific tile.

The table has solid ashwood feet and borders, and is made in MDF for the top and tiles, and brass for the joints.

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