Bravo Tray Table

by Gianluca Di Ioia for Lamidea
Bravo Tray Table Gianluca Di Ioia for Lamidea

Bravo is an aluminum tray table designed by Gianluca Di Ioia for Italian furniture brand Lamidea. The tray table is made of a single aluminum sheet with four folds without any joints or welding. The table is very light and minimal. The furniture is designed to use your laptop while lying in the bed. It has two steps; the upper or the main top can be used for placing notebook while the lower shelf has space for mouse movement and cup holder. The cup holder is characterized by a trickle that falls along the leg. The bravo creates a comfortable mini workplace right in your bedroom where you can study, write, think or play. As the complete furniture is made of just aluminum, the Bravo tray table is 100% recyclable and thus eco-friendly.

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