Transformers: Extremis Gargantua

With a name like Extremis Gargantua, it sounds like it could be in a Transformer movie rather than a piece of transformer furniture, but that's what they call this table designed in 1994 by Dick Wynants. The benches clip onto the sloping legs at a height of your choice, so that it can act as a conventional height bench, a high chair for kids, or if right up at the top, they increase the size of the table so that it can sit twelve. (But you then have to find chairs)


clipping on the bench to the leg


all in the low position


all in the high position, and if you leave one out it can accommodate wheelchairs.

So one piece of furniture can accommodate varying sizes of groups of all ages. Clever. ::Extremis Gargantua via ::Tuvie
More Transformer Tables that do more in less space:
Transformer Furniture: Dwell's Convertible Coffee Table
Transformers: Private Dining by James Plant
Transformer Furniture: Braun Woodline Expanding Table
Transformer Furniture: The Flip Table by flipfurniture
Transformer Furniture: Picture Frame Folding Table
Transformer Furniture: Piccolo Table and Bench by Nobodyandco

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