Monolith Table

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Monolith Table

Here’s another innovative piece of furniture ‘Monolith’ steel table by Gioia Meller Marcovicz. It transforms from a long, slim sculpture into a dining table and 10 chairs. The seats fold up and slot into the table when not in use. Just perfect for small houses! [Monolith]

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