The idea for a multifunctional table was born when Richard J. Neutra watched a camel sitting down. This version of his dual-height design was created for the Logar House in 1951. By swiveling the steel tube legs, it converts in seconds from a sleek coffee table to a full-height dining table. Most of the subsequent clients bought two: one as their regular dining table, the other to extend it when entertaining larger numbers of guests.
- Nr.: 98001
- Multi-purpose table with 4-leg frame, folding frame for use as dining table or as a lower side table
- Dimensions (H×W×D): 76 (36) × 205 × 90 cm | 29 1/8 (14 1/8) x 80 3/4 x 35 1/2 Inch
- Frame: chrome-plated steel tube
- Table top: White or anthracite or veneer in natural European oak, American walnut, or American cherry, matt finish
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