The HC Table is a dining table designed to mimic the construction of an exterior façade.
Composed of an aluminum honeycomb panel sandwiched between sheets of glass to create a custom Insulated Glass Unit, the entire panel is encapsulated by a thin-profile, waxed-steel pressure plate system. The table’s thin legs end with adjustable feet, which are welded to the frame. The honeycomb elements ephemerally reflect light and the movement of objects within the room, making the table itself part of the liveliness of any meal or experience hosted on it.
Program: Object, Table
Size: 20 SF
Location: Chicago, IL
Architect: KM,A (Kyle May)
Fabricators: Republic Anode Fabricators (steel), Chicago Tempered Glass (glass),
Panelite (honeycomb panel)