In Brief

Mosaicool is a new table that lets people create intricate layouts to fit any aesthetic they want

For some, picking the style of one’s furniture can be daunting. Settling on one design or print for large pieces like a table can lock you into some limited options. Italian design studio MaMaDo has created a table whose design can constantly be re-designed over and over again to suit its owner’s needs.

The Mosaicool Table uses magnetic tiles and base to create unique and totally customizable designs, easy to change for any event or just to give the room a new look. Taking up 36 calamite tiles in total (each 20 by 20 centimeters), the tiles are easily swapped out. The table was built in collaboration with Italian furniture designer Ecoepoque, and each tile is coated with transparent coating to help protect them from the day-to-day wear and tear, meaning that they won’t need to be constantly replaced. To change out the tiles, just poke the piece out through the specific hole underneath the table. The tiles, which will be sold by MaMaDo, come in a variety of colors, and the website has a number of examples of different patterns that people can create.

According to the studio’s website, the goal of the project was to have a piece of furniture that was totally customizable to its owner’s ever-shifting tastes. The table comes in 180×180 centimeters and 80×80 centimeters sizes, though it does not appear to be available for purchase at the time of writing.

See how quick and easy the Mosaicool Table is to re-design in the video below:

Mosaicool Table | MaMaDo

For some, picking the style of one’s furniture can be daunting. Settling on one design or print for large pieces like a table can lock you into some limited options. Italian design studio MaMaDo has created a table whose design can constantly be re-designed over and over again to suit its owner’s needs.

The Mosaicool Table uses magnetic tiles and base to create unique and totally customizable designs, easy to change for any event or just to give the room a new look. Taking up 36 calamite tiles in total (each 20 by 20 centimeters), the tiles are easily swapped out. The table was built in collaboration with Italian furniture designer Ecoepoque, and each tile is coated with transparent coating to help protect them from the day-to-day wear and tear, meaning that they won’t need to be constantly replaced. To change out the tiles, just poke the piece out through the specific hole underneath the table. The tiles, which will be sold by MaMaDo, come in a variety of colors, and the website has a number of examples of different patterns that people can create.