Studio IDE , a new architecture and design firm, sent me a photo of a recent commission. The base of this table, which was built using a series of thick notched maple planks, is fully collapsible, using no mechanical fasteners or glue. Cool! You can have one made with a top of transparent or opaque glass, concrete, or stone. And in case you were wondering, IDE stands for Imagination, Design, and Execution. 

—JAN PARR

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Studio IDE , a new architecture and design firm, sent me a photo of a recent commission. The base of this table, which was built using a series of thick notched maple planks, is fully collapsible, using no mechanical fasteners or glue. Cool! You can have one made with a top of transparent or opaque glass, concrete, or stone. And in case you were wondering, IDE stands for Imagination, Design, and Execution. 

Studio IDE , a new architecture and design firm, sent me a photo of a recent commission. The base of this table, which was built using a series of thick notched maple planks, is fully collapsible, using no mechanical fasteners or glue. Cool! You can have one made with a top of transparent or opaque glass, concrete, or stone. And in case you were wondering, IDE stands for Imagination, Design, and Execution. 

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