Transforming Pixel table
The more purposes a single piece of furniture can serve in a home, the more indispensable it becomes in a household. By that logic, the PixelTable from Studio Intussen is the one piece of furniture that no house should be without. Who doesn’t need more transforming furniture that can offer a whole bunch of uses in one, while looking cool at the same time?
Table resembles the game Jenga
Just like the name implies, the PixelTable is made up of lots of small pieces: long rectangular blocks. The table looks solid at first glance, like all these blocks are glued together. But they can actually be pushed in to create a recessed cubby space or pulled out to make an instant shelf on demand, giving you some customization ability. The table changes to suit your needs, holding exactly what you want it to.
Pixel table detail
The resemblance to a big pile of Jenga pieces can’t be ignored, and it’s appropriate that the table pieces can be pushed out of the pile to create a new shape. The bamboo blocks can then be arranged back into place in a solid cube.
Pixel table mirror image

The PixelTable appears to be just a neatly-stacked cube of bamboo sticks with no defining structure holding them all together. If so, it would be rather difficult to keep the pieces from falling apart when you shift the sticks around.
“This table is also a versatile cupboard; you can place something in it, and on the other side the sticks where the table is made of, come out,” say the designers.  “The sticks of the table can be formed into a cube again, and it will adjust itself to every other content.”
The PixelTable design is currently out of stock at Studio Intussen, but never fear: there’s plenty of transforming pixel furniture and other interesting pixel designs to check out.