"The biomimetic, dynamic table's surfaces are split into four broad parts, including a wooden 'head' and 'body' as well as two glass-inlay wings that can be opened out simultaneously to expand the table's surface."
If it's not clear from the images, a hidden mechanism (I'm assuming toothed gears) in the 'head' links the motion of the 'wings,' so that deploying one, deploys the other.
Dhumal won an A'Design Award for the project. Today she has her Masters in hand and is working as a furniture designer in Bengaluru, India.
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