The Giros Table shows that the traditional yet ever practical side table may have its shortcomings while also providing an easy solution. It boasts a nesting quality that gives more surface space when needed. In order to access this, the top of the Giros Table simply needs to be twisted upwards to reveal it.
Designed by Cristian Reyes Studio, the Giros Table operates on a threaded central stem. Like a screw, it turns up and down when needed. As simple as it works, the Giros Table has a minimalist appeal that would suit contemporary homes beautifully. Yet its wooden details will also appeal to more traditional homes. What makes the Giros Table even more alluring is that it could hide away disorganization as well.
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