The Wave Table was a final project for a Furniture Design course at the University of Michigan. Inspired by the surf along Australia’s East coast, the curves of this table challenge the conventional use of plywood as a rigid material. Forty unique CNC milled profiles are fused with epoxy resin to achieve the illusion of sweeping bends. The Wave Table measures 18 inches high, 41 inches wide, and 29 inches long. It combines functionality with beauty. It has two perfectly level surfaces for food, drinks, or feet, like any normal coffee table. The crest of the wave offers a storage area for magazines and other lounging necessities, while the middle floor of the wave can be used to drown folded blankets or pillows from a cluttered couch.