For Our Own Home

Posted on February 21st, 2014 by pmacdowell

Posted under: construction, Installations + Exhibitions, NADLAB

Unable to find suitable stands for our architectural models, we commissioned ourselves to build a custom set of steel tables.

modelStands00Each table has a simple frame of 1″ square tube. The steel is cut to length with double-bevels (yay for our new lubricated band saw), jigged square, and tacked together.

modelStands01aResolving the corners of the implied box is the key detail of the design. The cleanly-executed welds are left unground and exposed.

modelStands02The frames are topped with a raw 3/16″ plate and fitted with leveling/locking casters.

modelStands03Our models, in the NADAAA gallery space.

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