There are more ways to build a table than with a flat surface and four vertical legs fixed beneath each corner. 'On a String' demonstrates just how minimal you can make the supportive structure of such a piece, all the while maintaining sturdiness.
OK Design has two models of the furnishing in a larger and a smaller size. It can be used effectively as a kitchen table, a desk or a platform to hold a broad range of objects and facilitate several different tasks. It probably best suits a minimalist interior theme with its fine lines and frame and its thin tabletop.
The option of black linoleum with black tubing or a white laminated surface with white tubing reinforces its clean modernist aesthetic. However, for a bit of fun, the 'On a String' table can be strengthened by a cord of a different color.
'On a String' Has an Apparent Fragility Despite a Substantial Stability
Amelia Roblin — January 23, 2013 — Art & Design
References: okdesign.dk & blog.leibal