Designed for small apartments or tiny homes, this Clover Table by industrial designer Peter Nasielski does more with less.
"Most folding tables require additional hardware to support the leaves in the open position," Nasielski writes. "Clover represents an innovation for all such tables as no support hardware is needed. The leaves are supported simply by the base structure of the legs which crosses each joint when the table top is rotated 60 degrees. Thus the table can be opened and closed through a single fluid motion."
As with the Lönneberga Stacking Bed, this does require two people to operate, a potential drawback. Other than that I like the concept, and I'd love to see some experimentation with other shapes and configurations.