The Atlas table takes up the challenge of doing something new in multifunctional furniture design. It is necessarily a combination of a circular coffee table with a three-tiered bookshelf. The table boasts the shape of the Southern Hemisphere attained with vertical contours that radiate from within the table.
The Atlas table is made of layers of (re)discovered Tasmanian Hydrowood in form of concentric circles referencing the geographical lines of our planet. In between these circles are the shelves for storing different kinds of useful items; from books and remotes to magazines it can keep them all.
It is designed by Made in Ratio, a self-designed and self-produced furniture brand founded by Brodie Neill for the Australian furniture company Living Edge.
Also Read: 10 Stylish Expandable Dining Tables to Make Room for Unexpected Guests
The Atlas Hydrowood table made its international debut during Melbourne Design Week.