The Levitation desk is a desk with one leg.
The challenge was to use an unique leg which could be placed anywhere under the desk. We find a solution, I would conceal it...
I'm not sure how it works but I'm guessing it's a really really heavy leg they've got on there. Like really heavy. Really really really heavy. Otherwise anything you put on the desk would just tip it over. Did I mention it was heavy? Because it's definitely heavy.
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