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Establishing Tablefields.

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Designer, Frederik Roijé, brings us a coffee table that is on a whole other level–three to be exact. Christened as Tablefields, the geometric furnishing is a grouping of three similar tables that have been placed at different heights; creating interactive connection between it and its user. They even come in different colors!

Courtesy of Frederik Roijé.

Courtesy of Frederik Roijé.

Courtesy of Frederik Roijé.

Courtesy of Frederik Roijé.

Courtesy of Frederik Roijé.

Courtesy of Frederik Roijé.

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