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In her travels across Asia, Alison Wong never encountered a well-made pair of multi-use chopsticks, and decided to design her own. This innovative spirit is captured in the Compact Chopsticks, a durable pair made of plastic and stainless steel that collapses for storage and travel. They can be secured with the clip that comes with it, which—also conceived for dining on the go—doubles as a chopstick rest. No wonder The New York Times featured this design in 2011 for its ability to combat everyday waste.
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Full length: 8". Collapsed length: 4.5". Clip/chopstick rest included.
Stainless Steel, Plastic
Integral Design is a San Francisco-based innovation and design firm founded in 2005 by MIT- and Stanford-educated product designer Alison Wong. In addition to consulting for clients like Samsung and Fisher-Price, Integral Design produces practical tools conceived to solve everyday design challenges. Its inventive gadgets have appeared in Wired and The New York Times.