Product news: an extra surface swings out from underneath this coffee table by Italian designer Roberto Paoli (+ slideshow).
Designed for Ligne Roset, 360 degrés has a second shelf tucked underneath the larger table top, which can be rotated outward and positioned on three sides next to the slightly higher surface to create more flat space.
The additional shelf is balanced on an arm that branches from the single leg supporting the primary table.
Paoli chamfered the coffee table corners and minimised the profiles by tapering the edges underneath.
The most recent Ligne Roset products on Dezeen are a table with a cross-shaped notch to store magazines and a console that can be curled round to create a dining table.
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