We worked with Tack Architects on part of the interior at MindMixer's Omaha offices. The goal was to build a collaborative work / break area out of inexpensive materials.
They gave us a concept to work from - they liked the woodworking finger joint. It highlights 2 things coming together, appropriate for a collaborative area.
OSB was used throughout as the primary material, chosen for its affordability as well as its visual interest.
Folding tables for working and collaborating, or eating when they're down.
They fold up securely against the wall, and have hardware in the corners for hanging prints and posters.
And the laser-cut leg nearly disappears into the table bottom when folded up.