Adjustable Dining Table by Draenert
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Adjustable Dining Table by Draenert

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The Poggenpohl adjustable dining table is designed by Draenert and is made of natural stone or MDF-veneer. Unlike other expandable dining tables, which tend to offer standard flaps on either side, the Poggenpohl pulls apart from the middle. This feature greatly increases the surface area of the table whilst also providing a view of interesting design elements, and can be achieved manually or by an optional whisper-quiet motor. Inside, it presents a multiple function area with stainless steel plates, cutlery box or cutting board, which can be arranged in many ways. Two trolleys fit exactly into the open areas at the two ends. The lacquered trolley is made from steel and wood matching the dining table, which can be pushed into the open areas at the front ends of the dining table. It offers additional comfort, like toaster, trays or champagne cooler, which forms the interface between the kitchen and the dining place and thus transforms it to a completely new function. – Via – Decoluxe

6 comments

  • Susan February 14, 2008 at 16:29 PM Login to Reply →

    It is a lovely piece of furniture. These types of room saving and multi use furnitures are the best and mostly their design is very attractive too. I admire people who can make such furniture.

  • Wendy February 14, 2008 at 22:44 PM Login to Reply →

    What can I say? I want one!

  • Bruce February 15, 2008 at 03:41 AM Login to Reply →

    What is the point of this table? The concept of extending a table is warranted by the need to seat more people, but this table only makes more room for objects or food – which cant be utilised as no extra people can be seated!

  • Frankie February 15, 2008 at 14:46 PM Login to Reply →

    Hey Bruce, think about what you just said, ” this table only makes more room for objects or food”… This concept pops up in my mind every time I go out to eat. You have a table large enough to seat 8 people but there is never enough room for the food and drinks. Take “Thanksgiving” dinner when you have far too much food spread out over the whole table. Last year I actually brought out a fold-up table to put the food on so we had room to eat. I like this idea and would buy one if I had the space.

  • shoshty August 17, 2009 at 13:13 PM Login to Reply →

    so cliver designer realy i want one