People have a preconceived idea of what a "table" looks like, even though there are infinite variations. Leah Woods challenged her woodworking students to design and build a table with either one, two, or three legs. The table could not have four. By changing the number of legs required, the students had to think of a table as a "new" art object with a design, a composition, a combination of lines, curves, and negative and positive space instead of the things they eat at and throw their backpacks on a thousand times a day without ever really looking at it. After reviewing the process in the slideshow below, review the final products.