Table of Expandability Deluxe

It is so deluxe man, so deluxe that it expands to great proportions. Such greatness it has, in fact, that 18 pieces become one in the folding. This table is made not only to transform awesomely, it’s made to save space and be the centerpiece of the room. Fourteen of the 18 pieces are on top. The last four are the legs. At the moment it’s white, in the future, maybe a bunch of colors will be on there. Like 18 different colors, I’m thinking. Something for the ever-expanding hipster market, yes?

This table’s made by Sigrid Strömgren and Sanna Lindström whose first collaborative project with each other is, in fact, this table. Watch their careers with great interest if you dare, they’re both Swedish freelance designers, so you know they’re going to make what’s great.

Designers: Sigrid Strömgren & Sanna Lindström

Grand Central expanding table by Sigrid Strömgren and Sanna Lindström

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25 Comments

  • MG says:

    How many times it can be unfolded before the material on top of the table starts to crack up?

  • gax907 says:

    paper folding inspired….genius!!

  • says says:

    I’d like it

  • designer says:

    amazing how it works without any fasteners or hinges, i love products that incorporate the new technology of magic…wtf?
    am i the only one???
    probably…..

  • karl says:

    this table isn’t made by anyone.

  • Feniks says:

    Made for litle apartment? But price can’t be low? Hm.
    Design is interesting.

  • Dan says:

    well done!! hope to see it on market one day!!

  • TN says:

    can someone tell me how those pieces are connected?? i’m asking because since most of you don’t see the problem than maybe i missed something…

  • Charles says:

    TN, MG, I do see the same problem, it is very very real (the same issue sometimes arises with out-of-the-box drawers when their walls are connected by mere paper and glue). It is very telling that this product is NOT AVAILABLE and just a paper tiger like – it seems – almost every product featured on this blog. I can draw a beautiful time machine in Photoshop and surely Yanko will post it for its beauty even though the idea is completely unreal and useless.

  • zaoxingge says:

    it is magical!

  • zaoxingge says:

    how did it linked one board to another?? there should be some space between the boards when it was folded.???

  • yeo antonio says:

    despite machanism, i do not wish to sandwich my fingers during unfolding it….

  • yeo antonio says:

    despite machanism, i do not wish to sandwich my fingers during unfolding it….

  • Dogcomgo says:

    How can buy?

  • Dogcomgo says:

    How can buy?

  • Peter Pan says:

    The hinge is made with Tinker Bell's G-strings.

  • eric says:

    its obviously just a 3D render. It's totally possible though. Unfortunately, one would soon see such a collection of hinges that the pure and simple form of the idea would probably be lost. Great thinking though.

  • eric says:

    its obviously just a 3D render. It's totally possible though. Unfortunately, one would soon see such a collection of hinges that the pure and simple form of the idea would probably be lost. Great thinking though.

  • Tita says:

    Where can I buy it?

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