Adaptable furnishings are especially spectacular products for those who live amid small spaces. The Alina Coffee Table is perfect for a close-packed apartment where there isn't sufficient room for a full dining set, and where occupants typically find themselves eating in front of the TV.
Claudio Sibille has created a generous squared side table that can be positioned somewhere around the couch, with its unique compositional features obvious, but not telling of its convertible quality. Made of bent lacquered plywood, the black and white sides of the Alina Coffee Table can be pulled away from the round glass center. These instantly become benches and the circular pane becomes a dining table for two. Its telescopic structure even allows it to be raised for a more ergonomic arrangement.