15.7 x 65 x 35.8 in
40 x 165 x 91 cm
Architecturally speaking, the hexagons that constitute the elemental forms of a honeycomb allow for an incredibly efficient spatial distribution, since no useless place is left in the structure. This table highlights the modular potential of the honeycomb forms, suggesting that the empty spaces around it could also be expansively adapted as one more part of the structure.
Thanks to processes such as waterjet cutting, the obsidian hexagons join the copper in a way that divides the spaces of the table in two colors: the harmony of beehives emerges from an order in which every member has a determined place, including queens, who are born from equally hexagonal cocoons. It is this complete organization what gives the structure its simultaneous solidity and apparent precarity, in which the structure’s support complements the delicately perfect geometry of the entire system.
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