The Marino bench has a curving, upholstered seat that's combined with a low coffee table where users can eat and socialise.
Its tall backrest acts as a room divider while also accommodating a high counter designed for work and study.
According to the brand, the furniture's "reductive design" is built for multiple uses in both public and private spaces.
"The organically-shaped seating and backs combine and transform, enhanced by a complete range of accessories that make it handy both for dividing spaces and for organizing a bistro or a domestic hallway," said Miniforms.
Marino's tables are available in three finishes: black ash, ash and lacquered black.
The upholstery comes in a range of fabrics including by Danish textile company Kvadrat.
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