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A Table for All Occasions

 |  |  |  |  June 20, 2013


There’s a perpetual shortage of space in every home. That’s why multi-functional furniture pieces like the table that Daniel Liss designed have a huge inherent demand – because they let you do more and take on more functions in a singular piece.

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First of all, the table is a work desk for two. It’s got generous surface space for laptops, notebooks, lamps, pen holders, and other stuff people often have lying around on their desk when they’re working. There’s a divider in the middle to separate the two different work stations, and each side has a drawer for extra storage.

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When the day is done and it’s time to call it a night, the table can be quickly and easily transformed into a dining table that can accommodate up to six people. After the dishes have been cleared, you can set it up into the dual work stations again to prepare for the next day.

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It’s a clean and ingenious design that I’m sure a lot of people will find useful. The tables aren’t being commercially produced or sold yet, but hopefully they will be soon.

[via designboom via Gizmodo via Bit Rebels]



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