The Sly table, by Studio TK, engages in a clever sleight of hand, or should I say “sleight of sight,” for the surface appears to slightly slant off into space.
Indeed, I’d be leery to place my drink on this table, for fear it would slide away and splash to the floor.
But not to fear. The angled appearance is illusory, created by a clever turn in fabrication, whereby the structure itself has a built-in asynchrony. The tabletop is actually completely level.
Check out Sly in a variety of circumferences, heights, styles, and finishes: side, coffee, and occasional; linoleum, laminate, veneer and back-painted glass; and an exposed plywood edge detail for the linoleum tops.