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Doppeldecker Table

Doppeldecker Table is a minimal design created by Netherlands-based designers Bernotat&Co. The surface combines the functionality of work and leisure with its signature moveable lid that exposes a desk when flipped down. When exposed, the desk has various drawers for random items and even an elastic band to hold down documents or electronic peripherals. (3)

Name: Doppeldecker Table

Designer: Bernotat&Co

Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Doppeldecker Table is a minimal design created by Netherlands-based designers Bernotat&Co. The surface combines the functionality of work and leisure with its signature moveable lid that exposes a desk when flipped down. When exposed, the desk has various drawers for random items and even an elastic band to hold down documents or electronic peripherals.

The designer gives the scenario of an individual working at the dining table, and then having to clean up in order to make way for the plate settings. With this design, the individual can now store everything within the desk, and fold the desk back up to provide a clean and empty surface for eating.

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