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Homework table by Tomas Kral for Super-ette

Category: Design Published on 01 Feb, 2013 Tags: , ,
Homework table by Tomas Kral for Super-ette

Slovakian designer Tomas Kral has designed ‘Homework‘, a desk made from aluminum and ash for Super-ette, the young design company from Luxembourg. Homework is a work table which has been set to be even more functional: an aluminium cloth is placed on a wooden table then folded to form a refined extension, a toolbox to store documents, objects or photo. The tilted surface enables you to lay down open books and continue reading like with a desk.

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images courtesy of Felipe Ribon

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