CATable 2.0 by LYCS Architecture

September 7th, 2015 by retail design blog

You may remember seeing LYCS Architecture‘s clever CATable when if first was released in 2013. The solid wood cavernous table was intend to provide a beautiful work space that both you and your cat could enjoy. Now, LYCS has released CATable 2.0. Likening it to LEGO, the cubic wooden module consists of four stackable components that can be rearranged into an unconventional table, stools, or even a bookshelf – all while providing your cat with an ever-changing vertical playscape.
















via Archdaily

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