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Amazing Feat of Dining Room Engineering

These things are just amazing.

It is a circular table which, when rotated at its outer perimeter, doubles its seating capacity, yet astonishingly remains truly circular.

The expansion leaves are stored within the table and, in just four seconds, smoothly and quickly emerge upon rotation, rising and radially expanding outwards as the entire top is turned through 30°. Existing tables can seat six persons when small, and twelve or more when expanded, but there are other design possibilities.

Be sure to watch the videos of these undoubtedly expensive tables in action.

Posted by Jake on 12/28/06 @ 11:13 PM
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