More recently, the exhibition Nude exhibition during the design week in Valencia, world saw a wooden accordion. Able to play it were young designers Raquel Sola Rubio and Alejandro Alejandro Garcia Pedron, School of Architecture students from School of Architecture in the Polytechnic University of Valencia, created a design studio Cruxflux. This is the accordion, which is actually a modular coffee table Coffee Table UMYD – one of the last works of the design studio.Initially the studio was a student, and was designed to fulfill educational projects, but two years young designers have had some success in this field, and decided to go to the next level with their creative projects, such as presented in the exhibition modular coffee table UMYD Coffee Table from an exhibition in Valencia. It is interesting because of its modules, though not separated from the base, but could move apart and stretch like a bellows or accordion-harmonic, hence the humorous title of the project.
Despite the outward fragility, on this coffee table legs can be put, or put a plate, keep it in books or magazines, as well as use as a workstation, sitting in one part of the “Bayan”, and arranging for another laptop. Stylish wooden table can easily become as office furniture, as home thanks for minimalist design of this project. About height and size of furniture, however, as about materials and dates, designers haven’t yet spoken. But in the near future modular table UMYD Coffee Table from Cruxflux will be just a concept.