The Itisy table looks like one of these Very Hungry Caterpillar toys, and it can be configured however you like. Forget putting stuff on it; I just want to play with it.
Thanks to metal ball joints installed underneath the oak top of each part, sections can be realigned to fit the circular tops together in a cluster or stretch them out into a line like an accordion. From some angles it looks like four separate tables, but it's really just like having several different high-tops in one. Let's call it furniture as a toy.