If you live in a tiny apartment, you will certainly appreciate the adaptability of this Origami Table for John Lewis. For those without the luxury of space that affords the collection and arrangement of many pieces of furniture, an item like this can be transformed easily to fulfill the roles of three separate furnishings.
In its most compact state, Yifei Chai's convertible contraption is small enough to be a side table. What's fascinating is that the Origami Table is made from a core layer of aluminum, a wooden veneer finish and fine kevlar hinges. You can unfold the console into a desk that's double the size, and even into a kitchen table with four times the surface area.
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The Origami Table Opens Out to Assume Three Sizes and Setups
- By: Amelia RoblinMar 14, 2014