Parcel Table

Parcel Table

From The Design Can, a brooklyn-based pair of product desingers and Pratt Institue graduates. They are still young, but their talent is already starting to explode onto the scene with the Parcel Table and their line of Self Portrait Mirrors. Though only three pounds, the Parcel Table is surprisingly sturdy and indeed, quite strong. It can be disassembled into four identical parts and one square surface, which means it stores flat and ships a bit easier than that giant block of a coffee table currently living in your home. Of course all this assembling and disassembling is totally hardware-free. It can come with an acrylic or wood top and is infinitely stackable. To read more about these designers, just follow the link...

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