Let's admit it: rectilinear tables get pretty boring after a while (or round, oval, and so on). Running along with their previous idea of a house that literally and mechanically transforms in response to its environment, London-based company D*Haus is crowdfunding their latest transformer design, a low table that can morph into eight different configurations.
Dubbing it a "Swiss Army knife of a table," the D*Table is designed to be as versatile as possible, with various nooks and crannies to hold books, plants, drinks and knick-knacks. The four different orthogonal pieces are connected to each other by removable hinges, allowing it to fold into various forms, depending on the needs of the moment.
[..] a perfect square into a perfect equilateral triangle by dissecting the square in to 4 distinct shapes, these shapes can be rearranged to form the triangle. The D*Table utilises this formula by combining the mathematics and movement to create a functional adaptable low table. [..] Long sweeping movements create a sense of energy in the table that invites the user to interact with it.
Indeed, this flexible table would make any living room a little less static, and it comes in three flavours of colour -- white, pastel, and bright primaries that would make Gerrit Rietveld proud. Plus, it will be made out of sustainably sourced woods, and non-toxic finishes.