a table by daniel liss transforms into a workstation in seconds
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jun 10, 2013
a table by daniel liss transforms into a workstation in seconds


an expandable ‘table for two’ by daniel liss
image courtesy daniel liss

 

 

as one of the most important communal gathering places at home, the kitchen table has historically served just two functions: a place for eating and working. the table for two by german designer daniel liss creates a scenario for easily transitioning between the two tasks  -  utilizing a series of folding components to achieve a fully transformable volume. in seconds, the concept changes from a basic dining table that accommodates six, to a complete workstation with fully retractable drawers and a surface divider.

 

 


‘table for two’ by daniel liss

 

 


table expanded ‘for you’

 

 


dinner table ‘for two’

 

 


…and a few more

 

 


how it works

 

 


dinner table for six

 

 


a closer look

 

 


individual working space

 

 


close up of storage and power source

 

 

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