Hiquily’s signature hammered brass is supremely chic, molded to form striking table legs with geometric protrusions, triumphant-looking candelabras, and a water lily-shaped floor lamp whose leafy head rises from a slender stem. Luxurious brass is stunningly contrasted with non-metallic materials. His tables are topped with slices of petrified wood or panes of glass, while chair seats are covered in soft cowhide, horsehair, and silk. The exaggerated curves of Hiquily’s brass works are formed from voluminous shapes that often gradually transition from thick trunks or voluptuous volumes to thin, elegant prongs. Among the selection of his bent stainless steel pieces is the Robert Hass Modular Table, made from a set of six small triangular tables that can be arranged in myriad combinations, including a crisp hexagon or a long parallelogram.