Sam Stringleman's "Fall-Off" table is a work surface where the density of the tabletop is defined by where you put your things. The table was computer generated and the design is based on a mathematical "voronoi" pattern, which separates the space into several regions. When objects on the table are moved around, the surface density moves with them, providing support so you don't have to worry about where you're putting things (kind of like on any desk). You don't have to be a mathematics genius to work at this table, but it probably helps during the assembly process.

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