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Geology Dining Table, 2019

Quartzite, powder coated steel and stainless steel.
30 × 62 × 62 in
76.2 × 157.5 × 157.5 cm
This is a unique work.
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New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles
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The Future Perfect
New York, San Francisco, +1 more
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The stone for the dining table was sliced from a 1-ton boulder from Massachusetts. The surface was …

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The stone for the dining table was sliced from a 1-ton boulder from Massachusetts. The surface was hand polished so there is some irregularity, commercially available slabs are polished by machine. As with all Geology pieces, the table is built upside down. The stone composition is laid down and then the steel …

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Chen Chen and Kai Williams
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Brooklyn-based collaborators Chen Chen and Kai Williams cultivate an unexpected fusion of material …

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Brooklyn-based collaborators Chen Chen and Kai Williams cultivate an unexpected fusion of material and design. Experimentation fuels the duo’s process, as they combine found objects such as spandex, pieces of bone, and chunks of marble to create home goods, jewelry, and unique studio pieces. From the metamorphic to …

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The Future Perfect
New York, San Francisco, +1 more
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The stone for the dining table was sliced from a 1-ton boulder from Massachusetts. The surface was …

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The stone for the dining table was sliced from a 1-ton boulder from Massachusetts. The surface was hand polished so there is some irregularity, commercially available slabs are polished by machine. As with all Geology pieces, the table is built upside down. The stone composition is laid down and then the steel …

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Chen Chen and Kai Williams
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Brooklyn-based collaborators Chen Chen and Kai Williams cultivate an unexpected fusion of material …

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Brooklyn-based collaborators Chen Chen and Kai Williams cultivate an unexpected fusion of material and design. Experimentation fuels the duo’s process, as they combine found objects such as spandex, pieces of bone, and chunks of marble to create home goods, jewelry, and unique studio pieces. From the metamorphic to …

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Geology Dining Table, 2019

Quartzite, powder coated steel and stainless steel.
30 × 62 × 62 in
76.2 × 157.5 × 157.5 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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