Having enough room for separate working and dining tables is a luxury that most urban dwellers don't have. But thanks to Daniel Liss' transforming Table For Two, if you live in a small apartment you can now work on your cake and have a place to eat it too.
The surface of the table splits in two and slides open to reveal a pop-up divider, as well as storage for office supplies or dining accoutrements. And at either end of the table is a larger pull-out drawer for holding laptops, cutlery or whatever you want to stash away before guests arrive — since in dining mode the table can seat six persons. It sure beats snack trays, so someone please make this a reality.