Digital Furniture Design and Construction
Instructed by Christopher B Dewart, MIT
Walking table seeks furnishing solutions for globally transient individuals, produced with digital fabrication techniques.
Sculpted using a flip-mill process on a standard CNC, the table assembles using no permanent or mechanical joinery. Three removable legs puncture and balance a horizontal surface. Their extensions serving double-duty as catches on which to hang daily artifacts like coats and bags.
Surface articulations focus on the point of interaction between body and object, providing sensorially-driven crevices and grasps for hands and fingertips—both when in use assembled, and when carried in transit.