Created by German-based product designer Dewa Bleisinger, his QUAD Trivet can alter its size to suit different pots and pans, while remaining a "beautiful and exciting design object."
QUAD consists of 16 wooden cubes ? oiled walnut or maple - connected by a silicone strip inserted in the underside of the cubes. The silicone ribbon is flexible, yet durable and heat-resistant. This structures allows various configurations ranging from a compact square to a widespread circular shape.
There are multitudinous variations ranging from basic geometries to more chaotic and decorative shapes.
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