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The Flyux Table Incorporates No Obstacles at Corners for Users' Knees

 - Jan 24, 2013
References: coroflot & yankodesign
Many designers have realized that legs are not necessary components to support a tabletop. Interestingly, the Flyux Table proves that there is actually no need for any physical elevating and stabilizing structure beneath the eating surface, for electromagnetics can do the job just as well.

You might even argue that Yana Christiaens's design couple preform better than the more conventional assembly of the furnishing. Firstly, there is nothing but a shallow metal box stuck just beneath the tabletop so one's legs will not be obstructed by anything other than those of his companions. Secondly, the Maglev-inspired dining table can be raised and lowered with incredible ease by a simple adjustment to the strength of the magnets. The Flyux Table impresses your dinner guests with its magic -- especially where the charm of questionable cooking falls short.