The Hub table is just one of three additions to the fledgling furniture brand's collection, all of which can be customised either online or with an app.
Users can make decisions about finishes and furniture configuration, as well as specific choices about the width, height and depth of pieces. The app's augmented reality function can then be used to create a virtual view of the furniture in a real environment.
Behar's Hub table is fashioned from a high-density fibreboard, available with a matte or oak veneer. A "curated choice of leg angles" is on offer, as well as three shape algorithms – sphere, cone or rectangular – that can be applied to the supports.
"I've always thought that the perfect furniture design is adaptable to individual needs while following a specific design intent," said Behar, who serves as advisor and investor for the brand.
"The Tylko technology and user experience means one can create bespoke furniture pieces with individual preferences, while still getting a designer's vision and direction," he added.
Also launching is Polish designer Krystian Kowalski's Totem Mill – a colourful beech salt and pepper mill that can be personalised using various modular shapes. The Ivy shelf – created by Tylko's own design team – allows customers to create specific shelving configurations and shapes, depending on their requirements.
"As designers we're really aware of the quality of our personal space. When furnishing our own homes, we spend so much time looking for well-designed timeless pieces that we cannot necessarily afford," said co-founder Mikolaj Molenda in a statement.
"We discovered that there's no current option for these within the mid-market in the furniture industry, and Tylko is the answer to that," he added.
Although all designs are open to customisation, Tylko has ensured parameters and algorithms are in place that ensure visual harmony for each piece of furniture.
"Tylko is building the future of furniture design. It's the first technology and easy consumer experience that enables deep customisation, distributed local manufacturing and a fun mobile app," said Behar, who also runs San Francisco studio Fuseproject.
"Now anyone can build, detail, shape and colour the ideal furniture piece for their home, this is a new way to design."
Tylko isn't the only brand offering consumers the option of customising furniture. Design brand TOG also allows pieces to be customised via an app, and has been hailed by Philippe Starck as an opportunity to do away with trends.
Earlier this year design brand Hem launched its own online furniture customisation service. "The internet is starting to fulfil the promise of mass customisation and mass personalisation," Hem CEO Jason Goldberg told Dezeen.