The Tracks Table was designed by Alain Gilles, an artist who loves to experiment with traditional forms of furniture, and adjust them with a few distinct twists.
In her latest design, Gilles has taken a regular glass table and added on parallel oak wood tracks straight down through the center. These additions allow the table to extend even further than its original length. Having a table with the ability to grow is extremely beneficial for those in smaller apartments, who can put the item away in its more condensed form if necessary. Perhaps individuals living in New York in tiny apartments could use the Tracks Table for dinner parties, as well as for their own personal use to help make the most of their accommodations.
Photo Credits: designboom, alaingilles
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