It’s been a long day at the office, you get home, change into something comfortable and watch the football game. Wouldn’t you want to rest your feet on your new FUKU/TTON table? You’re not allowed on the table? Stephan Wootton designed the FUKU/TTON with a hexagonal structure meant to reduce the living space, and with a slide-out top that hides four cushions (upholstery foam and Italian wool fabric) inside, that would transform it into a footrest, ottoman or a Japanese-style floor seating. Made of rubber ply and sugar maple veneer for the body, solid Canadian sugar maple on the rails and aluminum sheet for at the base. It gets our vote for functionality.
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