With the desire to create a “floating” table, I found the best amd most structurally sound way to do this was to utilize the perfection of a circle. I If I was able to create legs that were a portion of a circle, I could be able to fluidly feed the legs through the table top.



 I CNCed out a perfect partial circle shape. Cut a 96” piece of Walnut into 1/8” strips, to then glue back together aggressively clamp to the mold to dry.




Since the table would wobble right over if the legs of the table were parallel, I angled the legs. Not only did this make this float table more sturdy, but the angled inward legs doubled as a useful and discrete spot to hold books & magazines.