Collaboration Table
Studio Progression: Part VI

Architecture / Furniture / Parliament / Studio

To facilitate impromptu discussions between designers and programmers, we designed a sitting-height work table to tag team with the taller Brooklyn Streets Work Table and placed it right in the middle of our production area. Like its big brother the Brooklyn Streets Work Table, this table originally lived as a pizza oven, but now a quick push off your desk sends your chair gliding into a magical collaborative wonderland.


Photo: Lincoln Barbour


The rough sawn fir came from a barn built in the 40s in Sherwood, Oregon.


Greg Forcum used his magic missile to add some reinforcement.


We didn't want to use brand new hardware on our ancient pizza base so we jogged across the street to Winks Hardware and asked them if they had any ideas. The salesman descended into the basement and came back with an unopened box of giant machine screws that had been sitting on the shelf for sixty, yes sixty, years.


A vintage Junior Pencil Sharpener circa 1921 provided the finishing touch

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