Here are few early designs I did for a new client. She likes my gingko table and wants a dining table with the opposing leg design and through tenons on top.
Ive always wanted to scale the gingko up in size. The main issue is the lower opposing leg will get in the way of feet, knees, chairs if its at a diagonal. My solution is to align the legs in a cross so the legs interfere with sitting but right where there would be a division anyway.
Id like to use 1.5″ bamboo for the top but it only comes in 30″ wide. There will have to be a deliberate seam that will also be a design feature. It looks nice to have the seam follow the construction of the legs.
Another solution is to scrap the opposing legs altogether. I played around with running the grain the opposite direction on the top here.