Ever tried to have a picnic only to find that the wind is just a bit too strong? It's happened to the best of us and can make eating outside a real pain.
That's why the design duo Marco Marotto and Paula Oliva have created the Bye Bye Wind table that through clever engineering is built to resist the wind.
By creating simple groves on the table cups and glasses easily sit below the wind making them much more resistant. The table even has drawers to store spices and you can even plant small herbs and spices in the corners.
It's a simple design and one that may just encourage a few more people to dine outside - something we love at FDL HQ.
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