Even with a perfectly good office in their homes, many people are drawn to the dining room or kitchen table to carry out their work or recreational activities. Positioned amidst the action in the house, the Hidden Table by Andre Gouveia serves up that wide and welcoming surface for supporting a range of projects. Most importantly, this piece is equipped with a way to accommodate the constant rearrangement.
Computers, books, crafts, puzzles, placemats, dishes and cutlery all find themselves on a dining table like this at one time or another throughout the day or week. Cleverly, the Hidden Table by Andre Gouveia incorporates a pair of concealed drawers at both ends, deep enough to store all of these items when one activity trumps the others.
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By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Feb 12, 2012 • References: behance.net