by , 12/22/05


If you think design for take-out is just about plastic forks and chinese paper cartons – think again. The Mealbox by Igland Design is furniture design for take out. It allows you to bring your table and chairs anywhere, along with your take-out food, for a complete dining experience on the go. Primarily
composed of Birch Plywood that has been reinforced with carbon fiber, the Mealbox is easier to assemble and disasemble than a 15 piece puzzle (it’s only made-up of 14 pieces).

Mealbox also makes for a great living room coffee table. Each of the Chairs have been covered with a Neoprene rubber seat-padding, to provide a bit more comfort wherever you choose to dine.

-Igland Design

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  1. Juan Cristian January 5, 2006 at 3:12 pm

    It’s hard to get a clear idea of the scale and the stability of the table, but it looks simply beautiful. It makes me want to have a big feast on a hilltop!

  2. Charu December 24, 2005 at 7:16 am

    its simply cool…a perfect option for those living in one room apartments, that are not spacious enough to accomodate dining tables.

  3. Jon Stark December 23, 2005 at 10:23 am

    great idea!

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