This was another instance of me scouring through the internet late at night, and saw something that caught my eye! A piece by Krystian Kwiecinski that was beautiful in form and function, and it inspired me to create my own design. I don't know why she called it parametric, but the name represented the idea of creating curves and contours through equations to me. So it sounded cool as well.
I think it was more the unique physics in play that grabbed my attention, but I thought it was worth trying out the good ole 3D design program again to see if my own creation would work.
It took me about 6 hours of 3D designing, sans sanity breaks, to get out these initial designs put together, but I was entertained by figuring out how to make the mini-animation
Step 1: Components
Basically, all you need is to get the leg, the support triangle, and the pegs set. The tabletop is pretty easy once you know the basics.
I cut down the dimensions of this piece to less than a single sheet (Half Sheet!!!!), mainly because I didn't need a full sized table, so I set it at about coffee table height, and only about 4 feet long