Nineteenth century geometric design used to create this luxury piece of furniture.

The Fletcher Capstan Table is new offering from a British luxury furniture store called Fletcher Burwell-Taylor. Making use of unique geometry and a design that dates back to the nineteenth century, it's a truly spectacular piece of work.

A round table capable of doubling its seating capacity, while maintaining its circular shape throughout it's transformation. The original idea was designed in the nineteenth century by a man named Robert Jupe.

Fletcher has made some improvements on the original, allowing it to operate much more smoothly compared to Jupe's original table which could not store its own expansion leaves, was not truly round in every stage, and was often slow and laborious to operate.

EXCLUSIVE MEMBER CONTENT
PSFK provides access to this article and every report, case-study, interview, and analysis that we publish for our members. PSFK Professional Membership also unlocks accessto unlimited customized research assistance and our database of over 100,000 insights on innovation trendspanning across eight industry sectors—from culture and brand to retail and customer experience.
Already a members? Log in