The Table for Two by Daniel Liss Expands to Accommodate Six

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 8, 2013 • References: danielliss-design & yankodesign
The Table for Two by Daniel Liss, a designer based in Edinburgh, United Kingdom, is a flexible piece of furniture that accommodates a couple of practical purposes. Made for a pair of people (whether couples or roommates) that work from home, its natural state is a workstation with a middle divider that separates the desk areas between each one. This creates a sense of privacy that can be cherished in small, intimate settings.

Nevertheless, this privacy is completely demolished when entertaining. The Table for Two by Daniel Liss expands to become a dining table fit for six. Essentially, it is a typical expanding table except that instead of removing the planks of wood that make it longer, the Table for Two puts it to clever use. Stats for Double-Duty Home Workstations Trending: Older & Mild
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