M-Table Can Quickly Transform From Coffee Table To Dining Height
Designed for small apartments, the M-Table is a dining table that can lower into coffee-table height. That way, you can use it as one or the other, depending on what you need at the time.
Designed by Jorge Requejo from Spanish outfit OITO, the table is named after the shape its legs form when set up at the lower height. Those legs, by the way, transform into an upside-down italicized “L” in dining form, obscuring the transforming function and making it look like a regular dining table.
The M-Table uses legs that have two ends each – one shorter and one longer. Each leg pivots inward to lower the table height and outward to raise it, creating a simple and elegant transforming mechanism. Seriously, we’ve seen many table designs with transforming heights and this has to be one of the cleanest ones we’ve seen yet. As an extra bonus, you can even turn the table into a freestanding vertical board if needed – simply pivot the legs on one side outwards without doing the same to the other side and stand the whole thing sideways. Features include rounded ends and wood-plated board construction.
You can check out a video of the M-Table from the link below.