The HC Table mimicks the construction of an exterior facade but as a dining table. It is composed of a sandwich of glass and honeycomb to create a “custom IGU,” and the entire panel is encapsulated by a thin profile waxed steel pressure plate system. Thin legs with adjustable feet are welded to the frame. The aluminum honeycomb reflects the light and the movement of objects within the room to create ephemeral effects. The table itself becomes part of the liveliness of the meal.

Client: Confidential

Program: Object, Table

Status: Built

Size: 20 SF

Location: Chicago, IL

Architect: KM,A (Kyle May)
Fabricators: Republic Anode Fabricators (steel), Chicago Tempered Glass (glass),
Panelite (honeycomb panel)

Images: KM,A