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The Subduction Desk by Paul Venaille Makes the Most of Small Spaces

 - Nov 27, 2012
References: designboom
Keeping things organized in an office can be a baffling ordeal, which is where transforming tables like the Subduction Desk by Paul Venaille can help put essentials in their place.

The Subduction Desk features a thick table top that hides supplies in two slim drawers and a hidden compartment at the desk's head. This accented part of the desk simply slides open when needed and folds neatly out of the way when necessary. The desk stands on thin metal legs that help keep design aesthetics light in small spaces or multi-use rooms.

While this transforming table is perfect for a modern office, it would also fit well in small living spaces where it can double as a dining table or television stand to increase efficiency and help keep productivity at maximum capacity.

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