Fold a table differently. Fold it diagonally – does that make any sense? Perhaps it does not matter that there are two split lines in the surface, perhaps the fold is really smart and makes the table easier to transport, build up and put away. Let’s find out. No the voronoi cell patterns are not the main thing here, but it was an opportunity to try out this kind of under-frame.
Turning tables. Or folding.
There are many ways how you can solve a folding table design. Many known ways. This here is not a known way and it changes the rules quite a bit. It breaks the table in half diagonally and secures it with a rotating leg structure. It would lead to a very compact packaging and a table design that can be built up without any tools.
A big table shipped in a compact box.
Rotate to lock / unlock.
The logic can have endless aesthetic and proportional variations.
Dining on the gap
Folding table designs that involve the top are not suited for all situations. You will always see and feel that split line. But perhaps dining is one of those situation where this does not make any noticeable difference. It would not work for drawing of course.
Rotate the moving leg structure, drop table ends down.
It would obviously all be about the fit & finish of the split lines.