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Geology Table 01

Various stones and blackened steel.
16 3/4 × 50 1/2 × 39 in
42.5 × 128.3 × 99.1 cm
This is a unique work.
$14,000
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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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Geology tables are made by splitting various stones in half and bringing the face to a high polish …

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Geology tables are made by splitting various stones in half and bringing the face to a high polish in order to reveal the composition of minerals hidden inside. The individual stones are assembled like a puzzle into a bricolage surface that is supported by a complex network of steel. Each unique stone is set like a …

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Design/Decorative Art
Chen Chen and Kai Williams
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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 the functional, their expertly crafted work explores material fluidity in ever-changing spaces.

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The Future Perfect
New York, San Francisco, +1 more
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Geology tables are made by splitting various stones in half and bringing the face to a high polish …

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Geology tables are made by splitting various stones in half and bringing the face to a high polish in order to reveal the composition of minerals hidden inside. The individual stones are assembled like a puzzle into a bricolage surface that is supported by a complex network of steel. Each unique stone is set like a …

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Medium
Design/Decorative Art
Chen Chen and Kai Williams
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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 the functional, their expertly crafted work explores material fluidity in ever-changing spaces.

Geology Table 01

Various stones and blackened steel.
16 3/4 × 50 1/2 × 39 in
42.5 × 128.3 × 99.1 cm
This is a unique work.
$14,000
location
New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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