A delicate balance. That's how Swedish designer Staffan Holm describes his Split Table for Danish design house Muuto. Impressively sturdy legs initially summon to mind the brawn of a sawhorse. But then they gracefully split apart, forming both the support for the solid oak or solid ash tabletop, and an arc to complete the organic inverted V-shape. "The detail of the legs being split and bent has the expression and quality of a skilled cabinet-maker," observes Staffan. It's that kind of calibrated finesse that makes this piece a highly covetable model of visual equilibrium.