The coffee table “pixelation” is designed based off an abstracted topography. Built from a combination of poplar and black walnut pieces, each being of the exact same size. The pieces undulate throughout the perimeter of the table holding the glass in place at three different locations and touching the ground at three various locations. The movement of the pieces creates the illusion of the a very lightweight and playful structure that has no real connection to the ground or the glass surface, when in reality it is extremely stable. The placement of the pieces in reference to each other allows for the fluidity of the piece in both the vertical and the horizontal creating a very dynamic piece that allows for the flow of light.