The Origami Table was invented by Tony Wilson and designed by Anthony Dickens, whose Around About clock AT:NY blogged last week. The powder-coated table base looks like Japanese origami. It's constructed from three identical flat pressed steel legs that slot together to create the tripod base. When a load is placed on the table, the leg joints tighten (which means it will never fall apart). The legs dismantle easily and flat-pack for transportation and storage -- a definite plus for those of us who move frequently. In black, white, and chrome, as a side table, cafe table, and, new this month, coffee table. For sales and more information, contact Dickens&Wilson.