Commissioned by a private client, this indoor dining table is comprised of aluminum and glass, with stainless steel fasteners. Its five water-jet cut legs are tied together by a pair of lateral supports. Although this skeleton is extremely rigid, it can be disassembled in minutes using common tools. Due to the precision of the water-jet cutting, these pieces are fully interchangeable. The glass top rests on rubber pads, stabilized by its own weight.
PROJECT TEAM: Peter Tolkin, Anthony Denzer, Christopher Girt
FABRICATION: TW Metals (water-jet cutting), Dan’s Custom Metal (assembly), Prime Plating (finishing)
PHOTOGRAPHER: Peter Tolkin