For Danese Milano De Lucchi chose to dismantle, fold and reassemble, to reduce and add quality to a space through an object or an action. With the same dexterity with which a painter transports and sets up his easel to paint in the open air, the designer imagines a structure of struts, hooks and surfaces that are adjustable in height. In this way the three-legged wooden structure becomes a laptop table, a combined coat and umbrella stand, a plinth, a side table. It is a vertical object that performs small, indispensable functions through simple actions in different spatial situations.