Designed for an invited exhibition at Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York City, Hank is a steel stool made up of accumulated tack welds.

Similar to 3-D printing, the stool is created in an additive fashion, with each layer of steel applied manually to the previous layer. The result is a piece with a uniquely organic appearance and remarkable structural stability.

Client: Storefront for Art and Architecture

Program: Object, Seating

Status: Built

Size: 1 SF

Location: Brooklyn, NY

Architect: KM,A (Kyle May) and Dillon Wilson
Fabrication: KM,A and Dillon Wilson

Images: KM,A,Spencer Kohn