We all like books, We all like to read. We all then throw the books back on our tables. An action as simple as this, is the idea behind the One-Two table, designed and implemented by studio ehoeho . Creating more counter space, while effectively tucking your books away emphasizes the relationship between Function and Space. They should never be compromised. The table was a direct result of personal experiences (and frustrations).
With countless tables that became an almost parasitic host of magazines, books, car keys,wine glasses and anything in between, The One-Two re-defines the Coffee Table, making it a conversation piece where one can place their favorite books, magazines or old music records (or even hide laptops) in the vertical spaces. Place your drinks on, or your feet up and enjoy the night! [Photos and information received via e-mail by Endri Hoxha from ehoeho studio]
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