It’s hard to have a decent meal when you’re traveling or are spending extended periods of time outdoors, where you might not have access to tableware and basic utensils like a spoon and a fork.
The designer behind Pop-up Tableware aims to change that with this relatively simple but ingenious concept. In its unfolded version, the Pop-up Tableware looks just like an A4-sized folder.
Once it is opened, a hexagonal bowl pops up. A spoon and fork can be removed from the folder, which also serves as a place mat. With a few quick folds, the spoon and fork are transformed into three-dimensional utensils.
Pop-up Tableware is a 2013 Red Dot Design Award winner. It was designed by See Yew Siang.
[via Red Dot]