5 x 5 feet
Birch plywood, carbon steel, lazy susan
A rotating dining table that questions the ways that we relate to one another and share space around a table, considering the table as a kind of ritual stage. The program of the table has been reimagined to suggest new methods of use, arrangement and gathering; It demands a certain bodily awareness, and makes gestures to encourage collaboration, togetherness, and shared use. A single unit, this table connects people physically and metaphorically. The entire top of this table spins, while the benches and bench trays are in a fixed position.