Two Too Large Tables 2006
Two Too Large Tables consists of two elements. Each is constructed of brushed stainless steel and Ipe wood. One piece has thirteen chairs extended up to become columns that raise a sixteen square feet plane seven feet off the ground. In the second piece the same thirteen chairs act as act as supports to lift a sixteen square feet plane 30 inches off the ground. The first functions as a shade pavilion, the second as a community table. As people sit they become part of the structure. People sit together, forming unusual pairings because of the chair groupings.