A table is an interface with multiple functions. It is used to eat, to study, to socialize, to work, to decorate, as a place to lay things on, and so on.
A dining table, as its name indicates, has a greater use at meal time. Before every meal there is an exchange of items inherent to the table. Everything that is on top of it is removed (candles, cloths, computers) and tableware needed for the meal is placed on (tablecloths, cutlery). At the end, the exchange is repeated.
Based on this need arose the idea for the table HIDDEN, a table with two hidden drawers that allow storage of multiple items. Thus, all the inherent elements to the regular use of the dinner table are stored (hidden) within the table. With the table HIDDEN the user enjoys the gains of a drawer but is not disturbed by their visual presence.
HIDDEN hides, but does not hide itself.