Made up of bent steel rod and modular Corian solid surface tiles, the table is as much a three-dimensional drawing as it is a functional piece of furniture. Beginning with a grid system, Justin Bailey found vertical leverage in the angles that pull the table in 15 degree tilts in two directions, giving the Iso Table it’s signature italic movement. The heavy black lines are reminiscent of bold ink lines used in drafting and the grid of the top likened to an architectural plan (with coasters instead of closets).
The Iso Table received a MetropolisLikes award from Metropolis Magazine during NYCxDesign 2017 where it was featured in Wanted Design's Launchpad
Dimensions 51” x 36” x 20.5” 130cm x 92cm x 52cm
Materials 1/4” Steel Rod, Corian Solid Surface
Finishes Semi-Gloss Black Powder Coat Glacier White Corian
The Iso Table received a MetropolisLikes award from Metropolis Magazine during NYCxDesign 2017
A little Sputnik, a little disco, The Crenellated Lamp uses a steel interior structure to support both a light fixture and acrylic panels. The panels incorporate a facetious use of finger joints to create a cohesive solid volume and curved silhouette, as well as a contrasting visual overlap through the film finish's unique color properties.
Dimensions: 20"x20"x27" Materials: Acrylic, Steel, Aluminum, Standard Bulb Fitting Finish: 3M Dichroic Film Finish
Lucid Table Objects
The Lucid series of objects is an exploration of gestural thermoformed Corian, combining hard lines and subtle surfaces. The series consists of a vase, candle holder and serving tray. Rotating the objects reveals variations in perspective, light and shadow.
Dimensions: Vase 10"x5"x2" Candle Holder 8” x 2” x 4” Tray 21” x 10.5” x 1”
Beginning as an exploration of surfaces and lines this coffee table quickly became a study in applying an exaggerated kerf-type bend to solid wood board. As it developed, the Kerf Table took notes from plane wings to create a surface that stretches the expanse of a sofa for a functional coffee table, but still provides an openness to the overall space of the interior.
Dimensions: 48"x18"x16.5" Materials: Oak, Canvas and Steel Finish: White Powder Coat
A small table lamp perfect for a bedside or living room accent. Inspired by moonlight on a clear night, this little light gives off just enough light to read next to.
Dimensions: 4.5"x4.5"x9" Materials: Glazed Porcelain, Resin Uses an E12 LED bulb
Lucid Side Table
The petite End Table draws its long lines and subtle curves from stretched and flowing notes of music. Curves in profile of the legs extend into the smooth formed surface of the acrylic stone drawer fronts, creating lips for ergonomic handles.
Stemming from a concept interior design for The Airliner, a local restaurant, this chair prototype maintains the theme of the space, intending to be lightweight and created using a framework structure reminiscent to the aesthetic of early planes. The chair is also collapsible for easy shipping and storage.
The side profiles are a sandwich of powder coated steel and plywood. A canvas covering stretches between the two profiles to create the seat and back.
The Polyp Lamps are a sustainable light source made from post consumer paper and an LED Light. The Polyp lamp form is inspired by coral polyps on the ocean floor and intended to bring an organic yet artificial element into the human home.
Table Lamp Paper, ABS Plastic and LED bulb 23"x24"x26"
Wall Light Paper, SFI Plywood, LED Lightsource 12"x17"x9"