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    The Table and Tennis

    Some companies have a naturally relaxed atmosphere and encourage their employees to work hard and play just as hard. The Table and Tennis is a classy and beautiful office table that doubles as a place to play ping-pong.Table and Tennis

    Converting the table from business meetings into gaming is simple. Attaching a net and opening a special paddle-and-ball drawer allows people to switch from business to pleasure.

    The Table and Tennis was built by Hong Kong Procurements. The idea was to build a table that was beautifully designed and could transition instantly between different uses. The table doesn’t only work well in the office. It can also be used in a home setting. For example, it can be used by individuals that are interested in having a dining/game room.Table and Tennis 2
    There is a growing need for furniture that is beautiful, serves various functions and can offer rooms multiple purposes for space-efficiency.

    Via: Not Cot

    David Novak
    David Novak
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