The designer of the Puzzle Table will be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't think of the iconic Rubik's Cube when first presented with it. Of course, its name more than suggests that it was inspired by the popular mind game. Shape just like the cube, the Puzzle Table boasts smaller moving parts that arrange and rearrange as desired. Aside from the color, the main difference between the Puzzle Table and a Rubik's Cube is that the first changes form.
Designed by Portugal-based architect Alberto Dias Ribeiro of A2OFFICE, the Puzzle Table is made up of five distinct parts: A combining core and 4 removable components. An interactive furniture piece, the Puzzle Table is comprised of 125 squares altogether. Nevertheless, it is also simple and chic for the modern home.