Wired magazine is an internationally respected design magazine, and Augusts’ edition focused on INNOVATION with Thomas Heatherwick on the cover – who is seen to be one of Britons leading innovators.
The D*Table was part of the Fetish: Object of Desire feature and sits next to some of the most famous names in the Design World, including Zaha Hadid, OMA and Artemide.
“This brain-boggling coffee table is based on mathematician Henry Dudeney’s 1902 Haberdasher’s Puzzle – a way of cutting an equilateral triangle into four shapes that can be rearranged into a perfect square. You can open and close the hinged segments in eight configurations, or pull them apart into separate side tables. They each offer a different storage solution, including drawers, shelves and a bottle holder.”