From this angle it's clear to see how the legs support the top of Illusion Table
From this angle it looks as though the Illusion Table is about to collapse under its own weight
From this angle the diagonal legs of Illusion Table look out of place
From this angle the table looks anything but sturdy
From this angle the full optical illusion is revealed
Furniture exists primarily to serve a purpose, and as long as the basic form is maintained each piece functions perfectly well. For a table this basic form means a flat surface supported by legs. In that regard Illusion Table from Brazilian designer Roberta Rampazzo fits the bill 100 percent, but one slight deviation from the accepted design means this is a table that will likely be stared at more than used in any practical sense.
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