This is 'Breakdown' - a nifty series of furniture by young design talent Louie Rigano.
Composed of a shelf, a stool and a tray table, each piece explores one of three methods of creating and dismantling structures.
Rigano has chosen methods of construction that require no tools for assembly.
The shelf uses pegs to hold up the shelves which can be easily rearranged, whilst the stool utilises a square seat that sits locked in place between four notched legs.
Our favourite of the pieces though, is the Japanese Oak tray table which implements a crossbeam that locks in place and two triangulated leg pieces.
The tray top's two angled rectangular openings get wedged onto the top of the legs; which creates handles that make the piece easy to move about, plus the top can also be detached and used for serving.