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American designer Matt Finder has designed a simple coffee table Complect. In designer’s words, “Named after a synonym for “interweave,” Complect features bent plywood legs that are woven through a solid walnut tabletop. It was designed to combine simple home assembly and high quality construction into a flat-packing table that doesn’t look like one.
Complect is easy to assemble and disassemble, and requires only a screwdriver to completely remove its legs. It uses standard screws to ensure both the worry-free replacement of lost hardware and the use of a tool that is familiar to many households. Complect is 4′ long by 21″ wide, stands at just over 15″ tall, and breaks down to a height of under 3.5″ for easy storage and transportation.”