German designers Arwed Guderian and Felix Klingmüller have designed the Toro Table.
The scalable trestle Toro can carry one-piece table tops as well as single planks. The horn-shaped elements holds them tight, so that they can not fall off. The distance between the horns is scalable from 65 – 90 cm. Thereby Toro allows the user to spontaneously vary the width of the table. Toro is made of CNC-milled plywood and laser-cutted sheet steel.
While we were in Chicago this week for NeoCon, we visited the 6th annual Guerrilla Truck Show of young artists and furniture designers who exhibit their work inside of moving trucks in the Fulton Market neighborhood of Chicago. At the show, we met Thomas Lilly and Erin Carrier of ETL Studio who had recently moved to Chicago from Detroit, where they produced a variety of product prototypes from local materials.