With the Flip Table, Jesper Ståhl solves a common problem for those who live in small homes. It’s not one table, but three: a dining table, desk and sideboard. Its composition gives the table a different aspect, depending on how it’s set up. It folds lengthways to create three different sizes. The legs fold behind each other and part of the table top folds upwards while a side folds down, forming different surfaces which provide character and multiple uses. It can be used as a dining table for six, a desk when folded once, or a sculptural side table when folded twice. There are no loose parts; instead the 14 hinges that adorn every side provide the solution.
Flexibility in interior architecture is more than just adding space when the home office needs to be folded out; it is all about reconfiguring space both at home, in a restaurant, or at work. Furniture like Flip Table creates new potential in how to utilize spaces, without the need of furniture to be stacked away while not in use. Note how the parts interplay in orientation and direction creating an interesting composition of planes for each position. Just flip it close or flip it open to the desired width meeting the needs of the day.
✔︎ Colour: Black
✔︎ Materials: Oak veneered MDF
✔︎ Extra Small: (L) 90 x (W) 90 x (H) 73.1 cm
✔︎ Medium: (L) 160 x (W) 90 x (H) 73.1 cm
✔︎ Extra Large: (L) 230 x (W)90 x (H) 73.1 cm
✔︎ Adjustable graven plastic feet
Clean with a soft damp cloth