The D*TABLE by The D*HAUS Company, a design and architectural practive based in London, England, is a piece of furniture that appears to have an infinite set of possibilities when it comes to configurations. In reality, it has eight, but that is still plenty. This allows it to conform to a multitude of needs from storage to hosting and everything in between. It's all about dynamic living.
Paying homage to Henry Ernest Dudeney, the mathematician who worked out how a perfect square can evolve into an equilateral triangle, the D*TABLE by The D*HAUS Company boast details that elevate it to a whole new practical status. For instance, it has a hole to rest a plant in, drawers for stroage and slots to slip books when they are not being read.
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