Philie This table design started during my apprenticeship as a carpentry in 2006 and resulted from multiple variations. It uses the role and the design of carpenter trestles as a point of departure. Precise and stable trestles are quite a thing for every craftsman and people like to talk about it a lot. They are very important for marking, carving and cutting timber. The main characteristics are the inclines legs and their fabrication is quite specific and challenging. In much the same manner, I wanted to design a table that supports me as a designer while thinking, designing and drafting projects. But also uses the same joining intelligent found in the carpenters trestle and in general wood working. This table is crafted from solid oak wood and has two interlocking dovetail joints to connect the top and bottom plate. The lower compartment is for drawings and sketches.