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WOODY Tic Tac Toe – Drinking set by ROKdesign + AG Cerámica

Woody Tic Tac toe – Drinking Set is a tableware accessory which combines fun and functionality. It works as a tray and also as a tic-tac-toe game.

WOODY Tic Tac Toe - Drinking set by ROKdesign + AG Cerámica
Tic-Tac-Toe game / © Antón García

The beech wood base has geometrical soft shapes, as if they have been eroded by time. The shot cups are made out of stoneware by the designer and ceramist Agus Garrigou. These shots of soft texture have two different colours for the player/drinker can play with. All pieces are made in Barcelona.

WOODY Tic Tac Toe - Drinking set by ROKdesign + AG Cerámica
© Agus Garrigou & Antón García

WOODY Tic Tac Toe - Drinking set by ROKdesign + AG Cerámica
Beech detail view / © Agus Garrigou

The beech wood tray may also be used for other elements, like cups, food, etc, even as a presentation tray in restaurants. Initially it was conceived as a dispenser of coffee capsules and it was awarded in the “Coming Soon Barcelona 2014” by Vinçon.

WOODY Tic Tac Toe - Drinking set by ROKdesign + AG Cerámica
Product in use with tomatoes / © Antón García

WOODY Tic Tac Toe - Drinking set by ROKdesign + AG Cerámica
Product in use with coffee capsules / © Antón García

Characteristics of product

Dimensions: 21 x 21 x 2cm.
Process: CNC computerized milling and hand finishing, laser stamped logo. Possibility of transparent mate varnish (recommended for gastronomic purposes). Doesn´t admit washing machine, microwave and oven.

Dimensions: 5,5 x 6 cm
Process: wheel-thown and hand carved piece, plaster mold for mold casting pieces of high temperature stoneware. Two colour glazing. Admits washing machine, microwave and oven.

Launching product date: September 2016
Recommended product price: 74,5€

About ROKdesign:

ROKdesign Studio Barcelona is an industrial design studio sited in Barcelona. They are specialized in product design and development in particular in the interior design field.

Their philosophy reflects how the people use the furniture at home, in the office and in the urban environment, thinking about how th interaction is between users and objects. They work by means of honest, inteligent an useful way.

ROKdesign Studio Barcelona has collaborated with Carles Riart (Spanish national design award 2011) and Diego Slemenson (Jorge Pensi Design Studio). Jordi Lopez (Kutarq Studio), Deya Carreón and Vicho Gonzalez are part of the team also.

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