Middle Seat Plate is an Earthquake of Convenient Dining

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Sep 30, 2009 • References: flickr & yankodesign
At least once in your life you’ve been plagued with the middle seat at a restaurant. It always ends up being two uneven tables that makes eating a hassle and sometimes messy. The Middle Seat Plate is the perfect design to resolve that problem.

The Middle Seat plate designed by Shira Nahon is a cheeky little plate that is raised on one side to accommodate for any height difference between tables. It is a little awkward to look at but it also appears to do the trick with impeccable ease. It even sort of reminds me of Earth's shifting tectonic plates.

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