There's next to no information on this thing and the image quality sucks, but I had to write this up because I've never seen a furniture piece like this before. It combines an old-school toolbox with an older design I'd seen for a knock-down sawhorse, to collectively create a "portable field trunk."
It was designed and built by husband-and-wife team Scott and Ene Osteraas-Constable, who collectively go by the moniker Wowhaus. The California-based couple work on projects spanning art, architecture, environmental design and furniture, and all they say is that this piece was "created to support Wowhaus site-specific projects and expeditions."
Have you ever seen an NYC sidewalk trinket vendor in the process of setting up shop, with their crappy folding card tables and barbell-weight tie-downs? Something like this looks like it would be a vast improvement. I love how the leg brackets double as carry-handles, and how the legs can tuck into the bottom when removed. The top presumably has some kind of locking clasp to keep it shut during transport. I'm guessing the tent is to keep inclement weather off of the thing, but for a sidewalk vendor dashing off to use the john, it could also help keep goods safe from casual snatching as long as a fellow vendor was keeping an eye out.