Design of the Day | Stoller Works

Station Desks at Snøhetta’s Hunt Library
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Station Table 60, For Academic and Institutional Use
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Rail Table
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Stoller Station Tables were purchased by NCSU at Raleigh for use in the new Hunt Library, an a award winning building designed by Snøhetta.

The 24″ x 60″ clear oak tabletop stands on ‘slices’ of a bridge beam. A red shelf of 1/2″ formed aluminum braces the trestle assembly.

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(US PATENT 11/503,724)
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Station Table 48, A Solo Standing Desk or Group Table
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A Stoller Photograph from 1949
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Our patented trestle beam legs are stabilized with stainless steel tie rods.
Casters raise the tabletop to an optimal height of 41″.

 

For More Information Contact:

Daniel Tillman | daniel.tillman@c3design.info

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Design of the Day

Stollerworks

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Furniture as Architecture

Stoller Works produces innovative, modernist furniture combining eco-consciousness with stylish practicality. We have re-imagined the use of standard industrial components and created a series of elegant tables of great strength and stability. Each leg In our patented trestle structure is machined from a slice of deep steel I-beam and secured with stainless steel tie rods. The trestle becomes a visually minimal framework on which the tabletop seems to float. Our designs demonstrate a clarity of structure and an efficiency of materials and fabrication.

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For more information contact: Daniel Tillman | daniel.tillman@c3design.info

Stoller Works on Fab

Stollerworks Rail Table

Stoller Works

Modern, Eco-Conscious Furniture

Thanks to family friends like the Eameses, George Nakashima, and Alexander Calder, Evan Stoller grew up surrounded by modern design. Now he runs Stoller Works and makes pieces of his own. His tables, podiums, and organizers mix the natural beauty of wood with aluminum and steel, creating a warm yet industrial feel.

Featured this week on Fab:

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Stoller Works | Walking Bench

Walking Bench

Walking Bench

Ash and steel

Offset hoop legs along the length of the Walking Bench give it an animated, kinetic quality.

One side of the ash has a slight curve that follows the position of the legs below. The bench can either be free-standing, or placed with it’s flat side against a wall.

Available in ash and other hardwoods, harvested locally or FSC certified.

Width 20″ Length 69″ Height 18″

 

Contact: Daniel Tillman | daniel.tillman@c3design.info

Stoller Works | Bar Table

Stoller Works | Bar Table

Bar Table

Oak and stainless steel

In this wall table a vertical bar carries the weight of the tabletop and a wall connection provides lateral stability. Bolted oak boards form a curving block that stands on a central bar of stainless steel. The support bar passes through a gap in the oak lamination and bends into a recessed nook in the tabletop.

Width 18″ Length 34″ Height 41″

Duo Aesthetic and Vision from two Stoller Generations: Stollerworks.com

Stollerworks Rail Table

Furniture as Architecture

Stoller Works produces innovative, modernist furniture combining eco-consciousness with stylish practicality. We have re-imagined the use of standard industrial components and created a series of elegant tables of great strength and stability. Each leg In our patented trestle structure is machined from a slice of deep steel I-beam and secured with stainless steel tie rods. The trestle becomes a visually minimal framework on which the tabletop seems to float. Our designs demonstrate a clarity of structure and an efficiency of materials and fabrication.

From this week’s NYT Magazine, an article and images on the upcoming show of Ezra Stoller’s work at the Yossi Milo Gallery

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2012/10/21/magazine/ezra-stoller.html?ref=magazine

The Glass House, New Canaan CT

 

 

Stoller Works | Beam Table

Furniture as Architecture

Stoller Works’ iconic I-beam is the signature of a design that redefines the trestle table. These tables have an innovative patented structure that increases their strength and stability over conventional trestle designs. Each leg is fabricated from a slice of structural steel I-beam secured with stainless steel tie rods. The trestle assembly becomes an elegant visually minimal framework on which the tabletop seems to float.

Stoller Works Beam Table

 

Beam Table

Black walnut, aluminum, steel and stainless steel

Expressing both lightness and strength, the legs of the trestle structure are made from short lengths of deep steel beams that are stabilized by stainless steel tie rods. The typical low invasive stretcher bar has been eliminated. The design of the aluminum support assembly allows maximum cantilever of the tabletop with minimum visible structure.

Contact Information: Daniel Tillman | daniel.tillman@c3design.info