Juliet loves Romeo
Romeo & Juliet: More Space on Balconies.


For many inhabitants of cities the balcony is a valuable replacement for a personal garden, a place for rest and a beloved gem. The amount of space is tight; therefore it should be used well.
Juliet and Romeo help to use the limited space more efficiently. Romeo carries a flower box and is simultaneously a supporting frame for Juliet, a serving tray. If Juliet is attached to Romeo she turns into a small table. The height is vertically adjustable for standing and sitting occasions. If no table is needed, Juliet is clicked out in no time and continues her job as a serving tray with an anti-slip surface.  

This combination of different functions in one product benefits space and comfort.  Instead of producing, transporting, making use of three separate products, the combination of Romeo and Juliet makes economic and ecological sense.  

Which problem is solved by this idea?

Too little space on balconies / terraces.

How does your idea solve the problem?

By combining functions. The tablet can easily be clicked in a supporting frame, saves space and is vertically adjustable.

What's the benefit for the target group?

Buy one product but profit from three functions. Furthermore, you gain additional benefit in terms of space and comfort.

What could be the perfect event to implement your approach/object?

In Sunshine or in Shadow!

How many guests can participate in your outdoor dinner?

For standing occasions: As many as the balcony or terrace can carry. For sitting occasions: A small breakfast, snacks, aperitif or dessert for 2 people.

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