Gergeti Coffee Table


Product news: Milan design studio NVDRS has designed a coffee table with a removable wooden top that doubles as a tray.

Coffee table by NVDRS

An orange metal stand with triangular legs forms the base of the Gergeti coffee table by NVDRS.

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The table's ash wood top can be lifted off and independently used as a tray.

Coffee table by NVDRS

This surface has niches carved into the wood for holding a collection of accessories, which features an ashtray, a candlestick and a vase.

Coffee table by NVDRS

These three grey elements with orange accents can also be removed and used on their own.

Coffee table by NVDRS

Other coffee tables on Dezeen include Foster + Partners' table with a base made by stretching a perforated disk of steel and a collection of small stands with interlocking wooden legs.

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  • Ivan

    First of all I do not get the point of a breakfast table, but I find this one particularly pointless. It’s so small and badly organised that once you put a coffee cup on it it’s already full! I would like to have some space to put bread, jam and cutlery at the very least. Forget having a full english on this.
    Also, where am I meant to put my legs? What happened to practicality?

    • Gigio

      It’s not a breakfast table… it’s a coffee table!

    • Mark

      It’s not a breakfast table, it’s a coffee table ” which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages (hence the name ), magazines, books, and other small items”.