The assembly of the Leviathan Table could hardly be easier; the piece of furniture consists of three separate components that need only be slotted together in order to construct a sturdy dining table. It's the ideal product for people who need adaptive spaces in their homes and offices.
Michael Bernard provides a nice stiff wooden panel and a pair of identical tubular metal braces that function as table legs. These latter components are bent into triangular feet with two spaced flat bars on top, enabling you to slide the ends of the timber surface easily in between.
When the supports have been slipped into place, they begin to slant inwards under the weight of the tabletop. This makes the Leviathan Table quite stable in an instant. The parts are easy to store separately when the object's not required.