This table design is to pay respect to the world-renown architect, Frank Gehry, who said that building under construction is beautiful with its open wood studs and framing before it goes down hill aesthetically after being wrapped with finishes as the building construction completes.
The idea of the table is to capture this notion combined with the expression of it not being designed but accidentally happened. There is no order, intention in arrangement or plan drawings to construct. The only rule is easy to make.
The base is made by skewing random 2” x 2” x 2’-0” wood sticks together with steel rods. The steel rods are also used to suspend the glass table top.