Here's a study in plane geometry that's anything but plain. TAF Architects says the goal for designs such as the 70/70 Table for Danish house Muuto is to show how "everyday objects by their very commonness can be made uncommon." Consider the pleasing juxtaposition of the sleek cast aluminum frame with the unpretentious plywood tabletop, finished with either a clear laminate or linoleum surface and angled inside the frame and at the table base. Observe the airy silhouette that belies its sturdy form. Note that this table, available in both a smaller or larger size, can serve multiple functions from dining table to home office. Conclude that TAF, the Stockholm-based design and architecture studio, seems to have all the angles covered.